Workshop Information Available

I realized that I emailed all the registered attendants and Tweeted that the workshop information was available but did not post it to the THATCamp Museums NYC blog, so here it goes. Workshop topics, instructors,and scheduling was finalized last week and we now have a fabulous slate of workshops from an esteemed group of instructors. Details about the workshops can be found at here and schedule information can be found here. We would like people to register for each workshop via thatcampmuseumsnyc[at]bgc[dot]bard[dot]edu. Registration will initially be limited to people accepted to the conference, but there is a small chance that we may be able to open up a few slots to the wider public as we draw closer to the conference. So, if you are unable to make it to Saturday and Sunday you may still be able to join us on Friday. Pay attention to this site and to @THATCampMuseums for more info.

Once again thanks to all the instructors for volunteering your time, and we look forward to seeing everyone in two weeks.

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About Kimon Keramidas

As Assistant Professor and Director of the Digital Media Lab at the Bard Graduate Center, I am in charge of implementing digital media across the curriculum of my institution and in research projects and exhibitions. My research focuses on the study of media through the lenses of political economy and sociology of culture and the integration of interactive technology into pedagogy. I have taught courses in interface design, media and materiality, artifacts in the age of new media, digital information fluency, theatre design, and performance, and am curating an exhibition on interface design that will open at the BGC in spring of 2015. I am also Director of Digital Initiatives at the Martin E. Segal Theatre Center, co-founder and member of the editorial collective of The Journal of Interactive Technology and Pedagogy, and co-founder and member of the steering committee of NYCDH. When not teaching and working I play games on both fields (soccer) and screens (Xbox, etc.) and consume sundry televisual culture. Oh yeah, and I'm a mean baker.