Invited one week residency at Shandy Hall, the former home of Laurence Sterne, who wrote the renowned book, The Life and Opinions of Tristram Shandy, Gentleman in 1759 which is seen by many as the progenitor of experimental literature. The curator is Patrick Wildgust.
Guest Lecture on "Our Projects, The Personal, and the Planet" "The mission of our prestigious INSIDE/OUT series of lectures is to bring the best minds of our generation to inspire and support the work students and staff do across the Leeds School of Arts. To this end, we have flown in renowned speakers from around ...
Invited presentation on "“Platforms for the Distribution and Experiencing of Digital Works,” for the Creative Connections Summit, Australia Council for the Arts. This talk is about the ways we can approach our online digital practice in the current context. Video of Talk, Slides, and Transcript available here: https://www.christydena.com/recordings/
Keynote talk titled “A Pen, A Keyboard, A Song, and a Sandbox Walk into a Writers’ Room,” presented online at Story Hack. This talk is about the ways in which our narrative design can encourage positive alternate presents and futures. Video of Talk, Slides, and Talk transcript available here: https://www.christydena.com/recordings/
Online workshop on "Interactive Narrative Design" for Story Hack, as supported by the South Australian Film Corporation. With participants from South Australia, across Australia, and International.
Workshop on "Extended Audiences Experiences," for Story Hack, supported by the South Australian Film Corporation. With participants from South Australia, across Australia, and International.
Invited Writer-in-Residence for Kilvington Writers Festival, to guide year 10 students through writing a short story. Workshops were run online with students on campus at Kilvington Grammar School.
Australia Council for the Arts asked me to be a mentor for their virtual National Innovation Games. I am a mentor for the challenge about "Creative Digital Solutions: For the Arts, Culture and Creative Sector."