Posts Tagged: archives

On Technology and Curating in the Digital World

VoCA, Digital World, African Art, Wided Khadraoui

This week’s contributing author, Wided Rihana Khadraoui, is an Algerian-American writer and curator. Her interests lie at the intersection of cultural representation, arts, and politics, and she conducts research in the increased engagement and access for traditionally marginalized groups in the creative sector. She has a MSc in Comparative Politics from the LSE, and is currently studying… Read more »

“Archiving Performance Art for the Future”: A Voice of the Artist Program Featuring Lorraine O’Grady

This week’s contributing blogger, Rosanna Flouty, is an education professional with a commitment to building site-specific technology to support museum and arts-based programming. She is currently pursuing her doctoral degree in Urban Education with a focus on Interactive Technology + Pedagogy from CUNY Graduate Center, and is also a  member of VoCA’s Program Committee.   “What is the… Read more »