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Photo essay on a sabbatical year spent exploring art, travel, forests, the meaning of life.

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  • The Quiet Unnoticed: Thoughts on a Sabbatical Year 2011/2013 Ann DeMarle, demarle@champlain.eduThursday, March 28, 13
  • For my old friend, Jack RenaudThursday, March 28, 13
  • For my Dad, David J. DeMarleThursday, March 28, 13
  • This is Just to Say (after e.e.cummings) My mother walks deaths road and she who has given such comfort does not deserve such pain. For my Mom, I, Trudy A. DeMarle not knowing her path, can not find my way. Forgive me. You are my compass and I... I have lost your directions. —Ann DeMarleThursday, March 28, 13
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  • • Coast of Maine, July. Travel • • Santa Fe, New Mexico, January. Alps and Paris, Feb/March. • “Art in Italy” an intercultural trip dedicated to viewing Italian art, hiking in Italy, and creating art plein air, May/June.Thursday, March 28, 13
  • Museums & GalleriesThursday, March 28, 13
  • • Portland Museum of Art – specifically for the John Marin exhibit • Albright-Knox • Burchfield Penney Art Center – specifically for Charles Burchfield’s work • Georiga O’Keefe Museum for “Shared Intelligence: American Painting and the Photograph” • Louvre • Musée dOrsay • Musée Marmottan Monet • Strong National Museum of Play for its collection of historic board games and early video gamesThursday, March 28, 13
  • MaineThursday, March 28, 13
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  • "You are dead—devoid of any emotional attitude toward nature—wake up—be bold, make bold caricatures & conventionalizations." —Charles BurchfieldThursday, March 28, 13
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  • FontainebleauThursday, March 28, 13
  • An accidental discovery, my home town Rochester, NY at Fontainebleau, FranceThursday, March 28, 13
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  • Reading & Mobile MediaThursday, March 28, 13
  • Beyond the art books, programming manuals, and nature guides—influential books: 1. Karen Armstrong, A History of God 2. Bennet, Design Fundamentals for New Media 3. Jared Diamond, Guns, Germs, and Steel: The Fates of Human Societies 4. Joanie Dillard, Pilgrim at Tinker Creek 5. Doidge, The Brain That Changes Itself 6. Glassner, Interactive Storytelling 7. Hyde, Trickster Makes This World 8. Eric Kandel, In Search of Memory: The Emergence of a New Science of Mind 9. Steven Madoff (editor), Art School (Propositions for the 21st Century) 10. Janet Murray, Inventing the Medium 11. Steven Pinker, How the Mind Works 12. Michael Pollan, A Place of My Own: The Architecture of Daydreams and Second Nature 13. Patti Smith, Just Kids 14. Stevens, Making Alice for the iPad 15. George Miksch Sutton, To a Young Bird Artist: Letters from Louis Agassiz Fuertes to George Miksch Sutton 16. Welch, From Idea to App: Creating iOS UI, Animations, and Gestures 17. Hiram Williams, Notes for a Young PainterThursday, March 28, 13
  • Poetry & others: 1. Leonard Cohen, Book of Longing, 2. Madeline L’Engle, The Ordering of Love, 3. Jack Gilbert, Falling and Flying, 4. C.S.Lewis, The Four Loves, 5. Michael McClure, Mysteriosos and Other Poems, 6. Thomas Merton, The Hero with a Thousand Faces, 7. Joyce Rupp and Barbara Loomis, Rest Your Dreams on a Little Twig, 8. Vera Pavlova, If There is Something to DesireThursday, March 28, 13
  • Play! Mobile media covered a range of mechanics, audiences, and styles: Games & Toys: Education: Ancient Frog Alice for the iPad Contre Jour DinoBoy Drop7 Millie Was Here Edge Numberlys GeoSpin Audubon IKAROS Color Uncovered Orba Echo Explorer PMonsters Fungi Kingdom Sneezies Flowers for Van Gogh Spider Creation Media: Spirits Monet FlipBook Lite #Swords and Sworcery InspirePro Tiny Wings Keynote Treemaker Painting with Time Waking Mars Paper by 53 Water? SketchBook World of Goo SketchClub ZenBound2 WallPaper CreatorThursday, March 28, 13
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  • Digital Galleries & ToolsThursday, March 28, 13
  • • Facebook: ROCO • Blogspot: demarle@blogspot.com • Others: Deviant Art, Flickr, Pinterest, Slideshare • Paper by 53 • SketchBook • Sketch ClubThursday, March 28, 13
  • • Facebook: ROCO • Blogspot: demarle@blogspot.com • Others: Deviant Art, Flickr, Pinterest, Slideshare • Paper by 53 • SketchBook • Sketch ClubThursday, March 28, 13
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  • Digital Paintings— The WorkThursday, March 28, 13
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  • ViarreggioThursday, March 28, 13
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  • AccomplishmentsThursday, March 28, 13
  • OutreachThursday, March 28, 13
  • Studio visits, brainstorming sessions, linkages on projects. 1. DC & NYC meetings: USAID on BREAKAWAY, and in NYC director of Kristof ’s “Half the Sky” game effort: The purpose of these visits will be to: 1). update the DC parties on the progress of BREAKAWAY and to seek linkages for distribution and further funding of priorities, 2). In NYC discuss possible linkages between BREAKAWAY and the Kristof effort and perhaps find ways our student teams could be involved with this project. May 8-10, 2012. 2. “Money Magazine” brainstorming session: Led event with students, staff, faculty, CFL and Money Magazine guests to develop concepts for mobile/game app. Purpose of procuring EMC project, February 16, 2012. 3. “#BTVSMB Social Hack”: One of a small group of facilitator’s for a Social Media Breakfast group’s brainstorming event led by Rich Nadworny, hosted at the EMC. Purpose to develop digital media concepts for Vermont’s social problems, January 30, 2012. 4. IDEO visit: Introductory daylong meeting with IDEO team in Boston, Massachusetts with John Abele, goal to establish linkages for the MFA program and the EMC, January 26, 2012. 5. 38Studios visit: Met Paul Mock in Providence, RI with goal to support linkages, January 25, 2012. 6. Archer Mayor brainstorming session: Consulted and attended event for purpose of procuring Summer EMC project. January 20, 2012 7. Xerox Research: Presented and then met with researchers from Xerox to discuss potential collaboration, Rochester, NY, November 17, 2011. 8. Second Avenue visit: Met with Tory Van Voorhis, CEO of Second Avenue an educational serious game development company on their NSF grant for STEM games for K-12, goal to further establish linkages, November, 2012. 9. “Maker’s space” activities: Working with MFA faculty & EMC staff provided linkages and guidance that led to the integration of activities into the Spring semester and becoming part of the Vermont Maker’s group. Linkages shall continue into the Fall 2012 with the Vermont Maker’s Faire. http://vermontmakers.org/wpbdm-category/ vermont-maker-groups-and-spaces/ 10. “Gadget Lab” brainstorming session: Led event with students, staff, faculty, and invitees John Cohn and John Abele on concepts for the gift, Fall 2011. 11. Gift for MFA “Maker’s space”: Working with Dean Jeff Rutenbeck and Tere Gade, procured $60,000 gift, Fall 2011. 12. SIGGRAPH MFA booth: Led team of MFA students, EMC staff, and Graduate recruiter to brainstorm, design, develop, deploy and attend to booth at SIGGRAPH for marketing the MFA program, August 2011.Thursday, March 28, 13
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  • Presentations & PublicationsThursday, March 28, 13
  • 1.“Time & Space Annihilated: Innovation, Communication & Society”. Panelist at St. Michael’s College’s “Disconnect to Reconnect: Digital Media Culture & Mental Health” panel. Winooski, Vermont, March 29, 2012. http://www.slideshare.net/ anndemarle/innovation-communication-society 2.“My View: A Game-Changing Major”, CNN Schools of Thought blog, co-written with Bill Johnson, March 22, 2012, http:// schoolsofthought.blogs.cnn.com/2012/03/22/my-view-a-game- changing-major/ !"#$%&())*"*+,%-"+"./#%0/."1*,% Monday, March 26, 7:00–9:00 p.m., Ch 3.“Learning, Assessment and Serious Games: Challenging -"71**).%.1%8)1**).,%9)4%! Assumptions and Charting Directions”. Panel organizer and Tuesday, March 27, 9:00 a.m. panelist at New England association of Schools and Colleges Students, faculty, and staff are invited to unp ff (NEASC) 126th annual meeting, Boston, Mass, December 7, 2011. technologies for 72 hours http://www.neasc.org/executiveoffice/annual_meeting/ ;/*)#%-"7677"1*,%-"+"./#%<)="/ conference_program/ , http://www.slideshare.net/anndemarle/ Thursday, March 29, 4:30–6:00 p.m., M designing-games-for-learning-at-the-emc Dr. Paul Foxman, Founder/Director of the C Dr. Robert Brenneman, Professor of Sociolo 4.Organizer & presenter of 2-day student participation during Prof. Ann DeMarle, Director, Emergent Med Images and Voices Of Hope (IVOH) World Summit “Mindful 9)4%!/7.%>1*#6=)7 Media”, Haines Falls, NY, September 27-20, 2011: http:// Friday, March 30, 9:00 a.m. ivoh.org/world-summit-2011-ivoh-youth 5.“Game Design Thinking for the Enterprise”. Presenter Xerox Research, Rochester, NY, November 2011. http:// www.slideshare.net/anndemarle/game-design-thinking-for-the- enterprise-10155719Thursday, March 28, 13
  • Volunteer & awardsThursday, March 28, 13
  • • Vermont Arts Council trustee • Partnership for Advancing Computing Education, founding IEEE CS liaison to NSF funded consortium of organizations dedicated to advancing computing education. • IEEE Computer Society Board: • Technical & Conference Activities Board, • Education Activities Board, • Awards Committee, • IBM Faculty Award 2011, for BREAKAWAY, to recognize “outstanding faculty and to promote innovative, collaborative research in disciplines of mutual interest.” Summer 2011.Thursday, March 28, 13
  • Exhibitions • ROCO Open Studio show, Rochester, NY, July 2012. • One person show, All Souls Gathering, Shelburne, VT, Nov. 2012 • ROCO Members Show, Rochester, NY, Feb. 2013.Thursday, March 28, 13
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  • Learn to Live in Loneliness   A man must get away now and then to experience loneliness.   Only those who learn how to live in loneliness can come to know themselves and life.   I go out there and walk and look at the trees and sky. I listen to the sounds of loneliness. I sit on a rock or stump and say to myself,  "Who are you, Sandburg? Where have you been, and where are you going?" — Carl Sandburg  Thursday, March 28, 13
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  • There Is No Rush The theology of progress forces us to act before we are ready. We speak before we know what to say. We respond before we feel the truth of what we know. In the process, we inadvertently create suffering, heaping imprecision upon inaccuracy, until we are all buried under a mountain of misperception. But Sabbath says, Be still. Stop. There is no rush to get to the end, because we are never finished. Take time to rest, and eat, and drink, and be refreshed. And in the gentle rhythm of that refreshment, listen to the sound the heart makes as it speaks the quiet truth of what is needed. —Wayne MullerThursday, March 28, 13
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  • The Cosmic Dance "When we are alone on a starlit night, when by chance we see the migrating birds in autumn descending on a grove of junipers to rest and eat; when we see children in a moment when they are really children, when we know love in our own hearts; or when, like the Japanese poet, Basho, we hear an old frog land in a quiet pond with a solitary splash--at such times the awakening, the turning inside out of all values, the newness, the emptiness and the purity of vision that make themselves evident, all these provide a glimpse of the cosmic dance. —Thomas MertonThursday, March 28, 13
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  • Gleaning "Winnowing fear, restless, feral winds surge in my mind, shifting directions, gathering force. I mistake it all for chaff—husks of failure and deprecation. But this wind resounds from the ancient world and release has always been gleaned from grains of doubt." —Nancy Compton WilliamsThursday, March 28, 13
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  • “God is the experience of looking at a tree and saying, ‘Ah!” —Joseph CampbellThursday, March 28, 13
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  • Lessons from an old cat We should not fool ourselves; Death desires only life and this powerful planet continues on despite us. The old cat dies; the Springers charge down the path giddy with freedom. And from the forest trees the birds sing in a new day. Each death forms a blanket cradling life to come; The nurse pine falls as her saplings take root to rise into the sky she has opened. Two toads part open the walk; revealing the bolete and chanterelle that take residence for a single day. A parent dies and is mourned as the grandchild first sees light; And before her first breathe, those same genes determine her demise. What I see is nothing new but ever so; The rapture of one small planet in a universe of unknowns —Ann DeMarleThursday, March 28, 13
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