Columbia University School of the Arts’ Digital Storytelling Lab & the Center for Justice, the Empathy Lab & Refinery29 present a Think & Do session on Shared Reality: An exploration into best practices for designing and producing *Virtual/Augmented/Mixed Reality experiences as tools for Social Justice
The Columbia Digital Storytelling Lab’s “Digital Dozen: Breakthroughs in Storytelling” program honors the most creative approaches to narrative from the past year. Set up to encourage innovation, creativity, and an awareness of the myriad ways digital technology is changing the way we tell stories, the program is open to works from any field or discipline, […]
We’re excited to announce our next digital adaption will be Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein. Coming in 2017 we’ll be launching our next massive online and offline collaboration. Stay tuned for more details coming in the next few weeks!
A special collaboration between the Urban Design School and the Columbia Digital Storytelling Lab explores the power of storytelling to help design, mobilize, reimagine and renew urban landscapes. A two day event that mixes think & do.
Designed to be an open R&D space that experiments with shifts in authorship and ownership of stories, the global storytelling experiment also uses a detective narrative to examine the policy and ethical issues surrounding the Internet of Things (IoT).
Rikers Story Bot is a coding workshop and an algorithmic storytelling project set in and about Rikers Island correctional facility, New York city’s main jail complex.