The Digital Studio for Public Arts and HumanitiesNB: Temporary website. The Studio website is currently under reconstruction. Thank you for your patience.

The Studio is a campus-wide initiative that encourages and supports public digital arts and humanities research, scholarship and learning for faculty and students. We offer a range of opportunities including:

  • individual consultations for researchers looking to start or further develop a project
  • collaboration across campus, in the community, statewide and nationally
  • public programs that highlight the work of researchers, as well as issues and developments in contemporary digital practice
  • training through workshops and classroom visits
  • support for public programs (e.g. sponsorship for ┬ávisiting researchers, presentations, etc.)
  • public information and public relations support

Central to the mission of the support for the Public Humanities in a Digital World and Public Digital Arts faculty clusters.

We welcome your inquiries.

Leah Morlan | Patrick Reed | Mark NeuCollins | Nikki Dudley | Jon Winet