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Culture / Remix / Jam: Using Open Source Methods to Empower in the Gallery

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How can we remix open source methods to promote digital literacy in the arts?

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Culture / Remix / Jam: Using Open Source Methods to Empower in the Gallery

  1. 1. CULTURE / REMIX / JAM Developed by Luca Damiani + Kat Braybrooke A Tate Digital Learning Project
  2. 2. First, what is digital literacy? …and how can we use it to empower?
  3. 3. Coding, webmaking, software development… how can these be connected to the arts? And how can open source methods inspire web users to become web creators?
  4. 4. It all started with a brainstorm
  5. 5. And then used Xray Goggles, Mozilla’s open source tool
  6. 6. Which lead to a hands-on training…
  7. 7. And a public workshop at the Tate launch party
  8. 8. using Object Oriented Programming approaches Followed by remixable teaching resources
  9. 9. And a lot of sharing our process in the open!
  10. 10. Then Mozilla Festival Art of Web, a new collaboration
  11. 11. Involving many groups interested in digital making
  12. 12. Where we were able to work with new kinds of audiences…
  13. 13. To produce a variety of creative pieces all sharing different voices, ideas and experiences.
  14. 14. And now, we are bringing together audience needs
  15. 15. While continuing to use + remix open source methods
  16. 16. To help audiences become more digitally literate, merging the gallery’s collections and data in creative new ways.
  17. 17. Our continuing question: How can we remix open source methods to promote digital literacy in the arts?

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