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danm tuesdays 4-6 :: working with youth

Wednesday, January 23, 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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Working with Youth 

Tuesday, January 22 (4-6)

DARC 206


Next Tuesday, January 22, we will hear from three alumni that have been involved in working with youth and technology:  Angela N. Carroll (,08), Karl Baumann ('10),and Miki Foster ('09). Karl, Miki and Angela will participate via google hangout.


Angela N. Carroll is an interdisciplinary artist and visual communications educator based in the Washington DC Metro Area. Recent films Operation Small Axe, Haiti Rising from the Ashes, and Angela Y Davis: Radical Pedagogy, address questions posed during her graduate studies; how do people of color negotiate their rights as citizens in relation to increasing fear legislation, surveillance and racial profiling within America and American militarized countries. Angela received her MFA in Digital Arts and New Media from the University of California Santa Cruz, and her BA in Visual Communications/Animation from University of Maryland Baltimore County.

Angela N. Carroll


Miki Foster is a video and new media artist and teaching artist specializing in social justice, video production and new media education. She currently resides in Washington, D.C. producing video and web content for Advocates for Youth, a national non-profit that creates opportunities for youth mobilizing on sexual education policies. Her current artwork weaves audio and video narratives through queer craft, the body, and new/old networks of public display. Her youth driven electronic quilting project, Woven Futures, with Daniela Rosner, is being published in the book DIY Citizenship (MIT Press) in the Fall of 2013. She is the creator of Feminist Craft Corner and the producer/director of the public/web access television show Jerkwaterburg/Feminist Craft Corner. She completed her MFA in Digital Art/New Media at the University of California Santa Cruz in 2009 and holds a Bachelors Degree from the Evergreen State College.

Miki Foster


Karl Baumann is a digital artist, filmmaker, and scholar. His current work explores immersive and mobile cinema to navigate the complex layers of urban spaces. After completing an MFA in Digital Arts and New Media (DANM) at UC Santa Cruz in 2010, Karl taught media literacy with the Boys and Girls Club and participated heavily in Occupy Oakland. In addition to his locative and playable media projects, Karl has produced multiple feature documentaries and experimental videos, within the US and internationally. He is currently an Annenberg Fellow in the Interdivisional Media Arts Practice (iMAP) PhD program at the University of Southern California.


COME —  and meet your future!