The Digital Arts & Humanities Commons (DAHC) is an open floor plan interdisciplinary co-working space for digital scholarship, pedagogy, and creative practice. The Commons vision is a vibrant, accessible space for open research and interdisciplinary collaboration, bringing together faculty, graduate students, and undergraduates.
The DAHC is located on in Music 1410 (formerly the Arts Library) on the campus of UC Santa Barbara.
The Future Tripping symposium, hosted this month by DAHC and Wireframe Studio, is featured on KCSB! Listen to Sonia Htoon’s interview with Professors Jeremy Douglass and Alenda Chang, on our collective anxieties about the future and how video games can open up new possibilities for us.
For full details on how to apply, see the CFP.
The DAHC invites proposals from faculty-led research groups interested in meeting, conducting research, and teaching in the Commons, and in particular in making creative use of space. For example, these may take the form of makerspaces, hackerspaces, digital recording and editing kiosks or open labs. The space may be used for research projects, classes and class projects, or as a site for conferences and other events.