Friday 5/6/22 from 9am-2pm in the Glass Pavilion. Come to our annual tech sale where the DMC and the IT department sell a variety of different gear and equipment. All funds go to the United Way!
- Digital Media Center
- Digital Imaging
- Ways to Learn
- Guest Artists
- Want to work at the DMC?
- The Digital DaVinci Award
The DMC Beat Battle is a contest at the end of each spring semester where JHU’s beat makers battle it out for the best beat of the year! Apply by April 22nd. Joins us for our listening party, the Beat Battle Bonanza on 4/29 from 4-6pm.
Visiting artist Spring 2022: Mollye Bendell – Artist lecture/Q&A 4/1: 7-8pm in the Great Hall, Workshops at the DMC3/30: 5-7pm and 4/1: 2-4pm and exhibition in the DMC Hallway Gallery up from 3/28-5/17.
The DMC 20th Anniversary Celebration was help on September 30th 2021. Attendees were invited to play VR, participate in ConnexUs, make buttons, make music in the audio studio, make 3D printed keychains, take photos at our photo booth, play Minecraft and much more!
During the JHU Center for Visual Arts’ 2019 Annual Student Exhibition, Mecca McDonald projected curated digital works from the JHU community.
On Thursday, February 7, 2019, we made Electronic Valentines! We used LED’s, conductive tape, conductive paint, and craft supplies to make one of a kind Valentine’s Day cards.
On February 6th 2019 Taya Graham and Stephen Janis of the Real News Network discussed how their WYPR podcast Truth and Reconciliation augments their reporting on policing and its relation to governance in Baltimore. The pair will give an overview of how the series creates an archive of historical context…
ConnexUs is an interactive light sculpture introduced to the JHU campus community at the 2018 Lighting of the Quad festival. Want to use it at your next event? Just contact us!
This 1-credit ‘Bootcamp-style’ class was geared towards students with no prior podcasting experience. The course was an intensive, week-long introduction to creating podcasts during Intersession 2018. The class was composed of lectures and hands-on workshops including recording, editing, and promotion. At the end of the course each student had one episode…
Leonardo Da Vinci was the quintessential Renaissance thinker who combined ideas from many disciplines. What ideas do you have to lead us into a new era? What tools, materials, and mentoring would it take to get your idea off the napkin and into the real world? Is your idea Leonardo-worthy? The DMC has money available for creative projects!