Narrative (Inter)Actions: Faculty Roundtable (Opening Event)

Presented as part of the spring Graduate Studies Symposium
January 24, 2013 7:00 pm
Timken Lecture Hall, San Francisco Campus

Free and open to the public
More info: or 415 551 9237

How are narrative structures used to provoke, communicate, and engage audiences? This question will be explored at this roundtable, facilitated by Cheryl Dunye and featuring other CCA faculty (see below) from a range of disciplines who engage in the exploration of narrative.

These practitioners will discuss their use of recent developments in narrative in their own work and teaching. This event, a kickoff to the Graduate Spring Symposium, introduces the Narrative (Inter)Actions performance and lecture series through a consideration of narrative across a variety of media, and by examining tools for engaging and understanding stories of all sorts.

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Participating Faculty Bios

Please visit the faculty bio for each of the following participants in the Narrative (Inter)Actions Faculty Roundtable.

Kim Anno
Painting/Drawing, Graduate Program in Fine Arts

Steve Diller
MBA in Design Strategy

Cheryl Dunye
Film, Diversity Studies, MFA Writing, MFA Fine Arts, MFA Visual & Critical Studies

Tania Hammidi
Diversity Studies

Brook Hinton
Film, MFA in Film

Andrew Lyndon
Director, Fine Arts Division

Kristian Samsarian
Chair, Interaction Design Program

Matthew Silady
Chair, MFA in Comics