Columbia University School of the Arts and the Film Society of Lincoln Center present a special evening celebrating the Columbia Digital Storytelling Lab's (http://digitalstorytellinglab.com) inaugural Digital Dozen: Breakthroughs in Storytelling and the kick off to Sherlock Holmes & the Internet of Things (http://sherlockholmes.io)2016.
Agenda for the evening
6pm - Welcome
6:15pm to 7:30pm - Digital Dozen: Breakthroughs in Storytelling highlighting innovative work and conversations with groundbreaking storytellers
7:30pm to 9pm - Special collaborative session - become part of Sherlock Holmes & the Internet of Things (http://sherlockholmes.io) and join an open storytelling and play project that will premiere at Film Society of Lincoln Center during New York Film Festival in 2016.
Sherlock Holmes & the Internet of Things is a global collaborative storytelling experiment that has over 1,200 collaborators from 60 countries. In 2015, over 70 events were staged around the world. The project is a prototype of the Columbia Digital Storytelling Lab and is released under a creative commons license. Its goal is to explore shifts in the authorship and ownership of stories while examining the ethical and political impact of emerging technologies on humanity. At its core the project is a fun and exciting way to learn, do and share while meeting new potential collaborators. Plus everyone is welcome to be part of the live experience that we'll premiere at Film Society of Lincoln Center during the New York Film Festival later this fall.
Space is limited so please make sure to RSVP