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Immerse’s latest newsletter tackles all things Metaverse

Immerse’s latest newsletter tackles all things Metaverse

Co-produced by Dot Connector Studio with MIT’s Open Doc Lab, Immerse’s latest issue tackles the many aspects of the Metaverse. Here’s a glimpse at their most recent stories:

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GoFA Announces the Participants in the pilot New/s Incubator

GoFA Announces the Participants in the pilot New/s Incubator

This fall the Guild of Future Architects (GoFA) launched its Pilot New/s Incubator, “designed to support diverse, member-led teams to articulate a shared vision for how their journalism projects will engage stakeholders—including audiences, participants, and funders.”

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The future of reality, a grant opportunity, and NEW INC’s annual class!

The future of reality, a grant opportunity, and NEW INC’s annual class!

We are excited to have so many meaningful projects, described below. But we are also working to pace ourselves and remember we’re still living in extraordinarily volatile times.

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Dot Connector helps the Internet Society Foundation design BOLT Grant Program

Dot Connector helps the Internet Society Foundation design BOLT Grant Program

Jessica Clark, has been working with the Internet Society Foundation (ISC) to launch the BOLT Grant Program.

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Learn how we helped Agora Journalism Center rethink their vision

Learn how we helped Agora Journalism Center rethink their vision

In 2020, Dot Connector Studio’s Jessica Clark and Mark Glaser collaborated with Sarah Lutman’s Minnesota-based firm 8 Bridges Workshop to lead the Agora Journalism Center through a strategic rethink.  Agora just launched a new website that showcases the center’s fresh vision: “Vibrant local information ecosystems…

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Center for Media & Social Impact’s New Report

Center for Media & Social Impact’s New Report

Jessica Clark was one of the 66 professionals who was interviewed for Center for Media & Social Impact released its new report “The State of Journalism on the Documentary Filmmaking Scene” by Patricia Aufderheide.

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Why have we pivoted to focus on futurism?

Why have we pivoted to focus on futurism?

In recent months, we’ve shifted our focus to working with clients and collaborators to explore the future of art, media, democracy, and inclusion. We’re finding that this approach opens up doors for creativity and optimism in difficult times.

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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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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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Impact Pack for 2021

Impact Pack for 2021

Dot Connector Studio’s Impact Pack, our card deck for strategically planning media projects, is back in 2021 with a brand new suit. Given the more complex and nuanced understanding demanded of media projects in these times, we developed “Unintended Outcomes.” Despite the good intentions of…

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