Local artists and OSU-Cascades MFA students unveil a new collaborative digital project.
You can attend this program online or in person. To take part online, register by using the “Register Here for Online Access” link above.
As the culminating project in their Digital Humanities course, students in the Creative Writing MFA at OSU-Cascades have teamed up with local writers and artists to create a web-based project that exemplifies the Library’s spring theme.
Open call for submissions to this project take place from March 1-March 31, here: https://digitalcascades.net/
After inviting local creators to submit writing and media that relates in some way to flora and fauna, our students incorporated that work into a “digital ecosystem” which exemplifies and celebrates connections and interdependencies. The program will include an unveiling of the site and readings from contributors. For more information, please visit digitalcascades.net.
This project is led by MFA Instructor Christopher Boucher. Boucher is the author of the novels How to Keep Your Volkswagen Alive, Golden Delicious and Big Giant Floating Head, all out from Melville House. His digital work has been featured on Electric Literature and The Rumpus, and at the Electronic Literature Conferences in Montreal and Cork, Ireland.