THATCamp Museums NYC 2012

When: May 19-20 (workshops on May 18)

Where: The Bard Graduate Center

What: THATCamp Museums NYC 2012 is an unconference that will bring together the many people in New York City working with digital technology on material culture and art history in museums, cultural heritage institutions, and universities. The Bard Graduate Center, which has collaborated with many of these institutions throughout the city, is happy to host this gathering and provide a place for like-minded individuals to build communities that can share information and their experiences with different platforms and technologies.

Information will be popping up on Twitter (@THATCampMuseums #THATCampMuseumsNYC) and keep your eyes on this site for further announcements about registration and details about dates and possible workshops.

Inquiries can be directed to thatcampmuseumsnyc[at]bgc[dot]bard[dot]edu.

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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.