Making Culture Lab is an interdisciplinary research group directed by Dr. Kate Hennessy at Simon Fraser University's School of Interactiv...
Making Culture Lab is an interdisciplinary research group directed by Dr. Kate Hennessy at Simon Fraser University's School of Interactive Arts and Technology. Making Culture Lab explores the collaborative development and evaluation of culturally specific applications of new media in museums and communities, both online and on the ground. Our research is grounded in media-making, artistic practice, and ethnography of media in social practice. Participatory production and research methodologies are emphasized, as are the development of reciprocal research, curatorial, and media production relationships with heritage institutions, Indigenous communities, and artists.
|Kate Hennessy | School of Interactive Arts + Technology | SFU|
|Kate Hennessy - Repatriation, Digital Media, and Culture in the Virtual Museum|
SIAT First Year - Kate Hennessy
by SIAT SFU
|A Case of Access: Inuvialuit Visit to the Smithsonian [part 2]|
|Luminous Pathway - Quartier des spectacles de Montréal - EN|
MCL member and PhD Student Claude Fortin is currently conducting fieldwork with Quartier des Spectacles.
|Hennessy ICH Research and Documentation (2/4)|
|Hennessy ICH Research and Documentation (3/4)|
|Hennessy ICH Research and Documentation (4/4)|
|BanLuk Cherishing Our Tradition|
|WatCamadevi Khruba Srivichai|
|WatPratupa Because We Are Yong|
|WatTonkaew Weaving Together|
|Kim Christen on "Local Contexts: Traditional Knowledge and Indigenous Cultural Heritage"|
|Art and Anthropology - Ethnographic Terminalia|
Fiona P. McDonald talks about the Ethnographic Terminalia Curatorial Collective's latest exhibition in Chicago at the Arts Incubator in Washington Park, 'Exhibition as Residency'.
|IPinCH Knowledge Base Tutorial|
This IPinCH video was produced by Making Culture Lab member Aynur Kadir and Annique-Elise Goode.
PhD Student Claude Fortin is conducting ethnographic fieldwork on the implementation of Megaphone in Montreal.
|Hennessy ICH Research and Documentation (1/4)|