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MAP Presentation Series: January 2022

Fri., Jan. 21, 2022 3:30 p.m. - Fri., Jan. 21, 2022 4:30 p.m.

Location: Eventbrite

Contact: Dr. Christine Ramsay

Autoethnography, Storytelling, and Self-Reflexive Practices: The Making of I’m Gonna Play Loud: Girls Rock Regina and the Ripple Effect
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Presented by Dr. Charity Marsh, Creative Technologies and Interdisciplinary Programs, Faculty of Media, Art, and Performance
 
Dr. Charity Marsh (she/her) is Professor in Creative Technologies and Interdisciplinary Programs, Director of the Humanities Research Institute, and Director of the Interactive Media and Performance Labs.
 
As part of her community, practice-based research program, she facilitates workshops on audio and digital technologies; curates the Flatland Scratch Seminar & Workshop Series; develops collaborative hip hop and interactive media projects locally and in remote communities; hosts the GRR rock camps; and offers accessible, interactive community programming in the IMP Labs.
 
Dr. Marsh's research and creative practice focuses on popular music, hip hop cultures, gender and technology, as well as media and performance. She is co-editor of We Still Here: Hip Hop North of the 49th Parallel, and director of the award-winning documentary, I’m Gonna Play Loud: Girls Rock Regina and the Ripple Effect. Since March 2020, Marsh and her two young children have hosted a community radio show called Imagine This Music. From this experience, she has created mixed media artworks focusing on the improvisatory nature of making community radio with children during the pandemic.