UConn Today: Reviving Holocaust History Virtual Reality
UConn researchers are developing an immersive learning experience using virtual reality (VR) and game design to bring to life archival materials from the Nuremberg Trials.
UConn Today: Growing Connecticut’s Digital Media Pipeline
Under the direction of UConn DMD's Matthew Worwood, Heather Elliott-Famularo, and Michael Vertefeuille, Digital Media CT 2018, is working to address critical workforce development needs and respond to the film industry’s needs.
AntU Celebrates The Legacy of a Lifetime of Collecting: The Carl & Marian Rettenmeyer Story
On October 28th, UConn celebrated the opening of our latest AntU exhibit "The Legacy of a Lifetime of Collecting: The Carl & Marian Rettenmeyer Story."
Meet Department Head and Donna Krenicki Professor of Design & Digital Media, Heather Elliott-Famularo
Meet Department Head and Donna Krenicki Professor of Design & Digital Media, Heather Elliott-Famularo.
Colombian Artist Rafael Gomezbarros Visits Prototype of the AntU Interactive Exhibit
On June 7th, DMD welcomed Colombian artist Rafael Gomezbarros to view the prototype of the AntU interactive exhibit that DMD students helped develop this year in Anna Lindemann and Michael Toomey’s “AntU Traveling Exhibit Development” course.
Class of 2032 – Schooling for a Digital Culture
Class of 2032 is a crowdsourcing and documentary project that engages educators, students, and parents in a conversation about the future school experience.
Henry Stein of “Mild Monk”
UConn DMD’s 2D animation & film students, Henry Stein (’18) shared his experience performing with his band “Mild Monk” at the WHUS Spring Fling.
UConn Film Club presents the 2018 Short Film Exhibition
UConn Film Club presents the 2018 Short Film Exhibition at the Ballard Institute and Museum of Puppetry on April 27th from 9pm to 11pm and Saturday, April 28th from 7pm to 9pm.
Congratulations DMD Storrs Scholarship Recipients
Congratulations DMD Storrs Scholarship Recipients!
2018-19 Whiting Public Engagement Seed Grant given to the Museums and Civic Discourse Project
The project “Museums and Civic Discourse: History, Current Practice, and Future Prospects” has received a 2018-19 Whiting Public Engagement Seed Grant from the Whiting Foundation’s Humanities Program, which supports faculty in the humanities who embrace public engagement as part of the scholarly vocation.