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danm tuesdays 4-6 :: accessing grants

Wednesday, January 30, 2013 - 12:00am to 2:00am

DANM TUESDAYS 4-6 allow the DANM community to come together each week to listen, learn and share our work and play. During the upcoming winter quarter the series will focus on professional development. We welcome DANM alumni back to present about their experiences. Come – and meet your future! Full series here.


DANM TUESDAYS 4-6  ::  COME — and meet your future!

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Accessing Grants

Tuesday, January 29 (4-6)

DARC 206


Next Tuesday, January 29, Dustin O'Hara ('11), participating from London via skype, will share his knowledge and experience on sorting through the process of accessing grants.


Dustin O'Hara grew up in southern California, at the age of eight he built a time-machine, and by ten he became conscious that he wasn’t the center of the universe. Thanks to his parents and their friends Dustin discovered what it means to have a passion at a young age. In his university studies he studied under Fabian Wagmister and Casey Reas. After UCLA Dustin worked for a PBS documentary series as a video editor, studied with THE PUBLIC SCHOOL in LA, was a member of REMAP: an experimental media lab, apprenticed at Green Gulch: an intentional community & organic farm, and was a resident at CheLA: a community/media arts compound in Bueno Aires. In 2011 Dustin finished an MFA in the Digital Arts New Media program at University of California, Santa Cruz. While at UCSC he worked with Warren Sack in the participatory culture research group and Dee Hibbert-Jones in the social practice art research center. Dustin currently lives in London, and spends a lot of time sitting in front of his computer.

Dustin O'Hara


COME —  and meet your future!