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Eva Hall’s ‘Mira’

‘Mira’ by Eva Louise Hall (’20) Ready to quit her dreams of becoming a celebrated accordionist after busking day after day for an isolating swamp metropolis that isn’t listening, young …    More
A vast alien landscape with a spaceship on one end, a house on the other, and a woman in a blue dress walking between them.

Marissa Jones’ ‘The Space Nomad’

‘The Space Nomad’ by Marissa Jones (’20) After her civilization collapses into decay, a scrappy but engineering nomad wanders empty planets in a clunky spaceship that is now her home. Each …    More
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Alana Corwin’s (’20) ‘Persephone’

In the early years of the 20th century, in a house that was once grand. Persephone returns to her childhood home after her mother’s funeral. As Demeter’s only heir, Persephone …    More
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Welcome to the 2020 Digital Short Story show!

Enjoy the stories! Curators’ Statement: From animation and interactive apps to comics and picture books, the digital short stories and their accompanying physical artwork are the culmination of the 2nd …    More
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Public-Eye Alumni: Louisa Bertman (Class of 2015)

Louisa Bertman is currently working on a game that will be part of a larger exhibition, “Rightfully Hers” for the National Archives in Washington DC, an interactive experience about Women’s …    More

Building Interactive Worlds Across Media with Matthew Weise

Interactivity has become a large part of the storyteller’s toolbox. Whether through immersive virtual worlds, video games, non-digital board games or participatory theater, storytellers need to know how the settings, …    More

Jon Bero presents ‘Yuki’

There is beauty in the broken, but Yuki, a deer plagued by anxiety, isn’t able to see it. As a result of a misguided attempt by his closest companion Michi …    More

Andrea Schmitz presents ‘Door’

Door is the story of Gaia, a stubborn teenager who has just moved into a creepy house with her mother and is determined to hate it, despite her mother’s reassurances. …    More

Setting up the 2016 thesis show, ‘And Then…’

2016’s And Then… show was an excellent example of immersive storytelling. Each graduating student has been charged with showing their story in a way that engages the audience. You’ll have …    More
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NO|ON 2015: Cady Juarez’s “Intervention”

What is NO|ON? Short for “Narrative Object, Objective Narrative” it embodies the idea that every object contains its own narrative and every successful narrative strives for a unique objective. For the annual …    More

NO|ON 2015: Mary Georgescu’s “Undercurrents”

Mary GeorgescuWhat is NO|ON? Short for “Narrative Object, Objective Narrative” it embodies the idea that every object contains its own narrative and every successful narrative strives for a unique objective. For the …    More
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NO|ON 2015: Christina Mattison Ebert’s “Ginseng”

What is NO|ON? Short for “Narrative Object, Objective Narrative” it embodies the idea that every object contains its own narrative and every successful narrative strives for a unique objective. For the annual …    More