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How can we support artists who use tech as a creative medium?

How can we support artists who use tech as a creative medium?

In late June, the National Endowment for the Arts released its report, Tech As Art: Supporting Artists Who Use Technology as a Creative Medium. Based on two years of research that Dot Connector Studio conducted in partnership with 8 Bridges Workshop, this ambitious project was jointly funded by the Knight Foundation and the Ford Foundation. Now that the report is out in the world, we’re excited about the prospect of working on projects in the tech and art sphere with a new batch of clients.

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Want to learn more about the New/s initiative?

Want to learn more about the New/s initiative?

Drawing from years of both theory and practice, the New/s initiative is aimed to help journalists reimagine themselves as future architects. Dot Connector Studio’s Jessica Clark heads up the project, and has been writing a series of posts about how this Guild of Future Architects (GoFA) initiative is evolving and how journalists can plug in.

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NEA Event Launches New Report: Tech as Art

NEA Event Launches New Report: Tech as Art

On June 29, the National Endowment for the Arts is holding a virtual event to discuss findings on their new field scan, Tech as Art: Supporting Artists Who Use Technology as a Creative Medium. Dot Connector Studio conducted the research for this report in collaboration with 8 Bridges Workshop, led by Sarah Lutman.

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How will the New/s initiative help journalists reimagine themselves as future architects?

How will the New/s initiative help journalists reimagine themselves as future architects?

We’re pleased to announce that, with funding from the Ford Foundation, Dot Connector Studio and the Guild of Future Architects (GoFA)are launching a three-year project to support diverse journalists in collaborating on projects designed to make news more representative and actionable. We’re calling it the New/s initiative:…

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How do we ensure that everyone has access to the news they need?

How do we ensure that everyone has access to the news they need?

Now is a particularly dangerous time to be misinformed. Yet, increasingly, many Americans lack access to reliable, high-quality journalism that reflects their lived experiences and gives them the crucial information they need to act in their own interest. Here at Dot Connector Studio, we think…

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What were we thinking? So far at Dot Connector Studio…

What were we thinking? So far at Dot Connector Studio…

Every so often, it’s crucial to take a step back and look at the big picture. This year, we took a break from our usual spring newsletter to contemplate how we’ve spent the last five years, and what we hope to do next. Below, learn more…

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Off to ONA! Here’s Dot Connector’s latest

Off to ONA! Here’s Dot Connector’s latest

It’s that time again: Each fall, Dot Connector Studio heads to the Online News Association conference to meet up with friends and colleagues and discover the latest journalism innovations. I’ll be there, scouring the Midway, hearing the latest insights from Knight’s Commission on Trust, Media and Democracy and checking out…

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