Tomorrow we’ll be kicking off HASTAC V, sponsored by the Humanities, Arts, Science, and Technology Advanced Collaboratory. The first event associated with the conference is a public lecture by artist Paul Kaiser, a pioneer in the use of 3D rendering, motion capture, and artificial intelligence in digital art. Friday and Saturday are packed with engaging speakers, tours, and demos. For the complete program, see here. Registration is still available on site, and attendance at sessions (does not include meals or receptions) is free for University of Michigan students, faculty, and staff with a valid UM ID.
Not able to join us? Participate in the discussion using #hastac2011.