1. Randall Packer

    Project Hyperessay

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    Overview of the Project Hyperessay

    Using the form of the hyperessay (essay with hypermedia elements) integrate a textual description with relevant graphics, video, sound, and links drawn from micro-projects, readings, discussion and other research to develop the final project. Gather together media and links to related readings and/or artworks that support your project hyperessay. The project hyperessay will be carried out in five sections/posts throughout the course of the semester and displayed as a "category page" using the category "Project Hyperessay" on your site. The project hyperessay will be developed incrementally over the course of the semester. Each section will be created as a unique WordPress post, with each section revised through the course of the semester as your project evolves. The project hyperessay should take full advantage of the multimedia capabilities of Wordpress: with embedded images, video, links, sound, etc.
  2. Randall Packer

    Introduction to Media & Performance

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    Week 1: January 14 - 20 (Art-B1-14)

    Introduction to course topics, syllabus, Website, and the overall Open Source Studio (OSS) approach to collaborative studio art. We will review key artworks, media histories, and theoretical concepts as they define our understanding of media, interactivity, and live performance. We will establish accounts in the OSS multi-site, discuss collective blog writing, Web-based research, online documentation, software applications, and methods of social media integration. There will be a review of the micro projects, project hyperessay and final project, including opportunities for collaboration.
  3. Randall Packer

    Research

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    This is a research page for documenting and archiving the artistic process. This is a research page for documenting and archiving the artistic process. This is a research page for documenting and archiving the artistic process. This is a research page for documenting and archiving the artistic process.  
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