Subject: Performing Arts Advisory
- From: Ann Doyle <>
- Cc: Jennifer Oxenford <>
- Subject: Arts & Humanities Symposium
- Date: Thu, 12 Jan 2012 12:45:10 -0500
Hello all - The following symposium promises to be wonderful and is free of charge! I have cc'd Jennifer Oxenford, the Symposium director, if you have follow up questions. Best regards. - Ann
Registration Now Open -- Advanced Networks and the Arts & Humanities Symposium
February 2, 2012 | 1 - 4pm EST
Date: February 2, 2012
Time: 1-4 pm EST
Target Audience: Higher Education Faculty and Staff, Artists, Non-Profit Cultural Organizations, Administrators, Technology Staff
Requirements for Participation: We are looking for "host interactive viewing sites" at colleges, universities and non-profit cultural organizations across the country to open a videoconference facility to their faculty, staff, administrators and patrons. Interactive viewing locations must have H.323 videoconference equipment and connections to advanced research and education networks.Available Host Seats: There are 7 interactive seats available for MAGPI members and 7 for Non-MAGPI Members. Seats are available on a first come, first served basis so don't wait to register!
MAGPI is pleased to bring you this exciting virtual Advanced Networks and the Arts & Humanities Symposium event. The Symposium builds upon the success of the national Teaching and Learning with Internet2 Symposium that was held on April 1, 2011. The Advanced Networks and the Arts & Humanities Symposium aims to reach faculty, artists, non-profit cultural organization educators, and IT support staff around the technology and pedagogy supporting delivery of arts and humanities education and experiences over advanced networks.
Advanced research and education networks, such as Internet2, offer artists, educators, and faculty opportunities to connect to a diverse array of resources and to collaborate with partners around the world toward the delivery of unique arts and humanities education. Through a series of keynote and breakout sessions, this half-day symposium is designed to give faculty, artists, and educators a taste of the range of projects and resources that exist and how they can be applied in their own teaching and outreach efforts.
The Advanced Networks and the Arts & Humanities Symposium will be held virtually using H.323 videoconferencing and advanced networking. Host institutions are encouraged to register and open up their sites to faculty and staff for local viewing and discussion. The Symposium will also be available via live webstream to those not connecting interactively. View-only webstream sites will be able to interact and ask questions via facebook and twitter.
1:00 - 2:00 pm EST KEYNOTE Presentation
Digital Repository Services at USC Shoah Foundation Institute
Sam Gustman, Chief Technology Officer
USC Shoah Foundation Institute
2:00 - 2:50 pm EST Breakout Session
Schoenberg Database Manuscripts: A Digital Treasure
David McKnight, Director, Rare Book and Manuscript Library
University of Pennsylvania Libraries
Breakout Session (Tentative)
Dance Medicine, Science, and Distributed Dance Performances Over Advanced Networks
Gary Galbraith, Associate Professor, Artistic Director, Choreography, Technology
Case Western Reserve University
3:00 - 3:50 pm EST Breakout Session
Advanced Networks and the Future of Performing Arts
Michael Bolton, Director of Community Programs
Opera Company of Philadelphia
Read the full abstracts of the sessions plus speakers' bios at:
How You Can Participate:
1. Participate virtually via interactive H.323 videoconference. Interactive sites are limited so please register early to reserve your spot. Sites are encouraged to be "host" venues for the Symposium and open up their location to viewing audiences. Register to be a host site online at
2. All sessions will be webstreamed live on Thursday February 2nd from 1:00-4:00pm EST
Go to http://video.magpi.net/videos/ and click on the 'live stream' button to view available live webstreams the day of the symposium.
Webstream sites can ask questions of presenters by tweeting them to @magpik20 (using hashtag #magpiarts) or posting them to the
MAGPI K20 facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/magpik20.
More Information About the Advanced Networks and the Arts & Humanities Symposium:
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- Arts & Humanities Symposium, Ann Doyle, 01/12/2012
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