Symposium on Digital Media, Stage and Performative Applications
February 28, 2013
DramaTech Theatre, Georgia Institute of Technology
Presented by Melissa Foulger, Artistic Director of DramaTech and Rebecca Rouse, Digital Media PhD Candidate
Funded by Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts, The School of Literature, Media and Communication, The GVU Center, DramaTech, and The Ferst Center for the Arts
Reflecting the increased interest in the arts on Georgia Tech’s campus, and the rich set of diverse research projects at Georgia Tech that are focused on various intersections of performance and technology, we are pleased to present “Performing Technology:Symposium on Digital Media, Stage and Performative Applications.” The symposium is being held in tandem with the performance of the play, after the quake, based on short stories by Haruki Murakami and adapted for the stage by Frank Galati. Designs for after the quake incorporate digital technologies in innovative ways, and were developed in an undergraduate STAC special topics course taught by Melissa Foulger and Rebecca Rouse in Fall 2012.
For more information and to RSVP please visit performingtechnology.weebly.com