IAS Collaborative

MORRIS | Screen Time: An Exploration in Stop-Action Filmmaking with

We are taking technology back! Learn how to use personal devices to develop your dreams of becoming a filmmaker and story teller or just take a chance on something new. In the class we will learn how to use simple (free) apps to create movies, work in teams, develop a story and explore the art of stop-action film making.

States of Incarceration: Historicizing the Incarceration of Native People in the Upper Midwest

The States of Incarceration project of the Humanities Action Lab challenges students, scholars, and organizers all over the country to explore local histories of mass incarceration in the interest of collectively understanding ho wthe United States became the world's leading incarcerator. The project uses place-based public and digital humanities, history, memory, and storytelling to help shape the current national dialogue on criminal justice.

Representing and Resisting Historical Injustices through Art

The IAS Historical Injustices Research and Creative Collaborative, in partnership with the East Side Freedom Library, is pleased to present this panel discussion of Minnesota-based artists. The panelists will join featured visual artist John Matsunaga in a conversation about how they have used their artistic and creative practices to engage the historical injustices which have challenged their communities. The invited artists are Nikki McCombSaymoukda Duangphouxay Vongsay, and Alessandra Williams


Roundtable and Performance by the Ahn Trio

Please join the IAS Music & Sound Studies Research and Creative Collaborative as well as W-T-F (Women-Trans-Femme) on Monday, November 6th, from 4:30-5:30 in Ferguson 280 for a round table discussion and performance by the Ahn Trio. Hailed as "exacting and exciting musicians" by the LA Times, the three sisters of the Ahn Trio (Lucia on the piano, Angella on the violin, and Maria on the cello) have earned a distinguished reputation for embracing 21st century classical music with their unique style and innovat

Page to Stage: Spring Awakening (Morris Campus)

Get your tickets to the University of Minnesota, Morris Theatre Discipline's production of Spring Awakening, the 2006 Broadway rock musical based on Frank Wedekind's 1906 stage play! Produced in part by the IAS's Page to Stage Research and Creative Collaborative, the production involves 20+ students, faculty, and UMM staff. From RCC convener Ray Schultz: