Category: News

  • Placemats


    Placemats is a collaborative weaving project to produce data visualizations. Using the HASTAC blog and social media, we will collect submissions of keywords in advance of the conference that signify points of connection, shared experiences, or commonalities during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. These keywords form the foundation (by labeling the warp strands) of each woven…

  • Words Matter 3.0

    Words Matter 3.0

    We are excited to debut Words Matter 3.0 at the 2023 meeting of HASTAC, the Humanities, Arts, Sciences, Technology Alliance and Collaboratory. The HASTAC 2023 conference is themed “Critical Making and Social Justice.” The installation will include wall text for the grouping of projects, but you can find more details about individual words and projects…

  • Undergraduate Research Awards

    Undergraduate Research Awards

    On Tuesday, April 12 Talia Devanadero, a member of Fashioning Circuits and the co-lead of the technical team for The Migrant Steps Project, presented a research poster as part of the Undergraduate Research Scholar Awards Poster Contest Symposium. Talia is a second year undergraduate Computer Science major and has been a Fashioning Circuits member since…

  • Handwashing Karaoke – Now Playing

    Handwashing Karaoke – Now Playing

    In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month,* Audra Heaslip curated a list of songs in Spanish, English, and Nahuatl from a variety of countries and regions, musical genres both traditional and modern, indigenous music, and a diversity of genders, sexual orientations, ethnicities, and nationalities.”

  • Happy 10th Birthday, Fashioning Circuits

    Happy 10th Birthday, Fashioning Circuits

    In Fall 2011, Kim Knight and a group of graduate students began meeting to explore the connections between fashion, media, and technology. Through the combination of rigorous intellectual inquiry, commitment to making practices, and investment in community education, Fashioning Circuits was born. Much has changed over the years, but these principles remain. We wanted to…