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Fortnightly Bulletin 16/12

Tuesday || 16th

Shizuka Yokomizo, Daiwa Foundation, last day

Shizuka Yokomizo presents glimpses of ordinary lives captured, almost stolen, on the camera roll. Her pictures always have a voyeuristic element embedded and they cunningly reveal what is hidden behind the human surface. 1,174 more words

Contemporary Art

Storify: curate your own social media story

KAIROS recently shared a Storify version of their “We’re Still Here” celebration gatherings from across the country.  Storify is a free web-based application that allows you to collect various bits of social media — tweets, pictures, videos– and collect them into your own story to share with others.   83 more words

How To

Quies - A Contemporary Art Exhibition and Collaborative Curating

Several months ago I set up a curatorial partnership with a fellow MA student, Roz Bonnet, called Sightlines Projects. Our interests lie in contemporary art and in exploring the potential of non-traditional exhibition spaces and so when we saw an opportunity to put on an exhibition in a disused public lavatory, we immediately submitted an application to the Bristol City Council to do so. 591 more words


Curating Digital Content Through My Big Campus Bundles

Here’s what you missed!

I know what some of you are thinking.  Haven’t we already had enough training on building MBC bundles from the work we did last year in the Digital Content Consortium?   143 more words


Zeny Santos: Story Session #2

The lady standing on the far right of this photo is named Zeny. One day, Zeny was feeling abdominal pains at work. The pain was so excruciating that she had to go to the emergency room to see what was wrong. 515 more words

Learning is Life and Life is Learning

Life is learning and learning is life. I believe that the ability to learn and grow from that is the most important thing to survival and having a meaningful existence. 268 more words

Practicing What We Preach

I cannot believe how fast this year is marching along. Here we go into the holidays and before we know it, it will be 2015! 750 more words