Rosalie Yu featured in The Verge

In an in-depth profile on Rosalie Yu, Creative Technologist at the Brown Institute, The Verge highlights A Ritual of Habits, Yu’s latest work. Over the course of two years, Yu cataloged images of everything sweet in her diet, turning sugary confections into digital memories. Sugar is representative of physical and moral decay, but the desserts are

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Join us for Base Camp 2018!

The Brown Institute for Media Innovation invites you to apply to the Media Innovation Base Camp taking place on March 3-4, 2018 at Stanford University. The Media Innovation Base Camp offers a great starting point for entrepreneurial students who want to explore the interplay between story and technology. All travel and lodging expenses will be

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Points Unknown Hits the Classroom

The Brown Institute, Center for Spatial Research, and faculty from the Journalism School are delighted to announce the launch of Points Unknown, a training module and course designed to teach journalists and architects how to use spatial data to tell stories. The first portion of Points Unknown is a 5-week module for students of the

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Measure for Measure at The Public Theater

Elevator Repair Service, the Obie-winning company behind Gatz — “the most remarkable achievement in theater of this decade” (The New York Times) — returns to The Public to celebrate their 25th season with a dynamic new production of Shakespeare’s MEASURE FOR MEASURE. With athletic theatricality and Marx-Brothers-inspired slapstick, the ERS ensemble brings exciting new life to this story of impossible moral choices in

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Brown & Tow Mixer

On September 6, we hosted a mixer introducing new Journalism School students to both to the Brown Institute at Columbia as well as the Tow Center for Digtital Journalism. The room was, gratifyingly, packed! For those of you who couldn’t attend, Brown offers unique training events like the Transparency Series— where you will learn journalistic uses

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