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Five faculty in the College of Arts & Letters have received project support grants for the 2012-13 academic year. The grants are intended to support innovative uses of technology, visualization, and media integration into teaching or research. Further details about these projects and their outcomes will be posted on the CCC website as information becomes available.

Michael Coppedge, Department of Political Science,
“Visualizing Data on Varieties of Democracy.”

William Kremer, Department of Art, Art History, and Design,
“Documentary Video: Annual Firing of the Anagama Wood Kiln.”

Aaron Magnan-Park, Department of Film, Television, and Theatre, 
“U. Cannes Do It.!”

Deb Rotman, Department of Anthropology, 
“Creating a Model Tool for Searching Video Transcripts.”

Johnny Zhang, Department of Psychology, 
“A Web Interface for Drawing Path Diagrams for Structural Equation Modeling.”

Wash Hall Son et Lumière I features DVD projections by multimedia artists, a live musical performance and real time video editing.

Video by Benjamin Funke (Notre Dame MFA 2012) and Gabrielle Gopinath. Soundtrack by Cooper Crain and Dan Quinlivan.

The videos in the show, entitled Water Wrackets and Intervals, began as reinterpretations of Peter Greenaway shorts from the late ‘60s.  Both works bring precision timing and an acid-etched color palette to the stylishly deadpan depiction of ebbs and flows. Intervals documents art gawkers at the Venice Biennale; in Water Wrackets, Indiana floodwaters saturate the screen to the drone of Crain’s psychedelic soundtrack.

Crain and Quinlivan composed, performed and produced the soundtrack for Water Wrackets, which came out in 2011 as an LP / DVD set on Kallistei Editions.  It features episodic arrangements of garage psychedelia that draw inspiration from Ravi Shankar, Sun Ra and 1970s Krautrock.  At Wash Hall Son et Lumière I, Crain and Quinlivan will be performing the Water Wrackets soundtrack as well as material from their brand new release on Kallistei Editions, Vibraquatic.

The artists would like to express their thanks to the Institute for Scholarship in the Liberal Arts, the Nanovic Institute for European Studies, the Center for Creative Computing, the University of Notre Dame Graduate School of Arts and Letters and Richard Gray for their support of these projects.

Washington Hall
Tuesday, May 8
6 pm
Free and open to the public.

Tickets available in Riley 306 and at the Washington Hall box office prior to the show.

Digital Printing Studio (DPS)

Easter Break Hours

The DPS will close on Thursday, April 5 at five o’clock for Easter Break.

The Studio will reopen on Monday, April 25 for limited hours.








9:30 – 5

The Digital Printing Studio will begin its Spring Break schedule Saturday, March 10 and maintain a reduced schedule until Sunday, March 18.

Digital Printing Studio
Hours of Operation | Spring Break
Saturday, March 10 – Sunday, March 18

12 – 4


1 – 5

1 – 5

1 – 5

1 – 5

1 – 5


2 – 9

Opening Reception:  February 23, 5:00-7:00pm

ISIS Gallery, O’Shaughnessy Hall

Department of Art, Art History & Design

Exhibition:  February 23 – March 25, 2012




Visiting Photographer Mark Klett

Henkels Lecture Series 2012


Thursday March 1, 7:00 p.m.

Annenberg Auditorium, Snite Museum of Art

On Thursday, March 1, at 7:00 pm landscape photographer Mark Klett will lecture on a number of his photographic projects that address time, place, history, and culture. Over the past three and a half decades, Mark Klett has pioneered and refined the art of rephotography beginning with his involvement in the Rephotographic Survey Project in 1977. Second View, published in 1984 located the vantage points of iconic 19th-century photographs of the American West and reframed these views from 100 years ago. Klett’s more recent projects include Third View, Yosemite in Time, Reconstructing the View (work from the Grand Canyon) and The Half Life of History (about the Wendover airbase on the Nevada/Utah state line, once the biggest airbase in the world where they prepared to drop the first atomic bomb).

Mark Klett will lecture on the collaborative nature of his artistic process, including his work with writers and other photographers, and how these collaborations often lead the research into new territories. Klett lives in Tempe, Arizona where he is Regents’ Professor of Art at Arizona State University.

Sponsored by the Department of Art, Art History & Design and the Institute for Latino Studies with support from the Institute for Scholarship in the Liberal Arts Henkels Lecture Series, the Center for Creative Computing, and the Snite Museum of Art. The presentation will take place at the Annenberg Auditorium, Snite Museum of Art, University of Notre Dame.

The Center for Creative Computing (CCC) in partnership with the Institute for Scholarship in the Liberal Arts (ISLA) awards research support grants each year to faculty or faculty-student teams in the College to support the production of creative projects utilizing digital visualization technologies.  Proposal deadline March 30, 2012. Please click the image below for details.




Thursday, Friday, Saturday
, January 19, 20, 21

6:30 and 9:30 PM

Browning Cinema, DeBartolo Performing Arts Center

Tickets: $6, $5 Faculty/Staff, $3 Students

The Digital Printing Studio will open Monday, January 23 at 9:30 am. 

Digital Printing Studio

Hours of Operation
Spring Semester 2012

Monday         9:30 -­ 9

Tuesday         9:30 ­- 9

Wednesday   9:30 ­- 9

Thursday       9:30 -­ 5

Friday             9:30 ­- 5

Saturday        CLOSED

Sunday                  2 ­- 9

The Digital Printing Studio will begin its extended schedule Thursday, December 8.

We will have additional hours through final examinations and close for the semester on Friday, December 16 at 5 pm.

Digital Printing Studio
Hours of Operation
Thursday, December 8 – Friday, December 16

Thursday   9:30 – 9
Friday   9:30 – 5
Saturday   12:30 – 5
Sunday   12:00 – 9 
Monday   9:30 – 9
Tuesday   9:30 – 9
Wednesday   9:30 – 9
Thursday   9:30 – 5
Friday   9:30 – 5

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