Mellon Fellows Digital Humanities Lunch

Please join us for a discussion with Thomas Garrison, Assistant Professor of Anthropology, Ithaca College 12–2 PM, December 6, 2019 Douglass Commons Community Room, 407 University of Rochester River Campus Note: This event will take place at Douglass Commons, instead of Rush Rhees Library. Thomas Garrison is an archaeologist at Ithaca College who uses LiDAR – a laser-based remote sensing technology – to uncover lost Mayan cities beneath the jungle canopies of Guatemala. By digitally removing the forest cover, Garrison has ‘excavated’ more than 60,000 ruins, revealing massive habitations and changing our understanding of how the Maya lived, built, and altered the landscape. His work has rep

11/14: A Conversation with Professional Designers!

Designer in Action: A Conversation with Professional Designers Thursday 11/14 from 6-7:30pm Rettner 307 *Drum roll*~Rochester Design and the Career Center will be presenting a panel discussion focusing on the journey of becoming a designer, how designers tackle challenges at work, and where the field of design is headed in the future. Refreshments and networking to follow the panel! Panelists: Penny Martin '98, '00MS, '11PhD, Principal, Healthful Design, LLC Kathleen Moore '80, Owner + Chief Artist, CastleView3D Architectural Renderings Michael Osadciw, Graphic Designer + Illustrator, University of Rochester This is an excellent occasion for networking with professionals from diverse

Anomaly : The Rochester Genre Film Festival

Anomaly - The Rochester Genre Film Festival is a brand-new festival showcasing contemporary, independent genre movies (horror, science fiction, fantasy, action, dark comedy, and the truly indescribable) from around the world. Beginning Friday, November 8 and continuing through Sunday, November 10, Anomaly will screen 10 feature films (all Rochester premieres) and 20 short films, collectively representing 17 countries from around the world. In addition, the festival will feature post-film discussions with visiting filmmakers, events, and after-parties over all three days. In addition to some works by Rochester filmmakers, the world-class lineup includes films that have shown at Sundance, Cann

TRACES reception 11/14 in Sage Art Center

Traces A multimedia time-lapse and performative exhibition from the students of Dance on Camera / Camera on Dance AsIs Gallery, Sage Art Center Nov 1–14 Reception: Nov 14 @ 12:30pm–1:45pm with live performances + food!


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