ALT/space 2012 Highlights: Part One

As 2012 comes to a close I want to express my gratitude and thanks to all the ALT/space contributors who have written about their work in the last year.  They have shared moments of celebration, art making and, sometimes, struggle and we have all benefited from their tales, both individually and as a profession. Although […]

Brand New Territory | Linda Bruning

Thanks to my recent course work in online teaching and learning at Bemidji State University, I have discovered the power and possibility of using technology in teaching.  It can make my work more accessible, add dimensions I didn’t think possible and bring theater to students in remote places.  During the past few weeks my TA […]

Arts in Education: There’s An App For That, Part One | Linda Bruning

I have turned into a techno geek.  Thanks to my recent course work in online teaching and learning at Bemidji State University, I have discovered the power and possibility of using technology in teaching.  It can make the work more accessible, add dimensions I didn’t think possible and bring the arts to students in remote […]

The Reality, the Road, the Rez and U2 – The Final Installment | Linda Bruning

This past summer, I was lucky enough to be right up by The Red Zone at U2’s Minneapolis, rain soaked concert.  I was blown away by the technology.  I took photos of “The Claw”, the lighting system, the overhead ticker tape screen of world population, etc.  They had come along way, baby, from my first […]