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Review: The Untapped Potential of Low-Cost Photogrammetry in Community-Based Archaeology

2 images about the Inuit community Canada

          The Untapped Potential of Low-Cost Photogrammetry in Community-Based Archaeology: A Case Study from Banks Island, Arctic Canada, is a paper that was printed in the Journal of Community Archaeology & Heritage, in April 2016. Written by Colleen Haukaas and Lisa M. Hodgetts, this research paper is a case study from an archaeological project they undertook in Banks Island, Canada. It bears a striking resemblance to the Ogham in 3D project, in that it is a community orientated archaeological project, using photogrammetry and structure from motion techniques, and similar software for translating the data into 3D models.

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Create, Connect, Share!

image taken at Activism Camp 2015

I’m currently preparing for my workshop at Activism Camp next week, 1/2nd July, in Knockree Youth Hostel, Enniskerry, County Wicklow.

Run by Claiming our Future, it is an excellent opportunity to meet with like-minded individuals, network, and get a crash course in creative action for social change.

I will be giving a workshop on mindmapping a social media strategy, focusing on a ‘less is more’ approach. Through research on your community, and by creating a strategy, you can spend less time on ‘pushing’ your campaign and more time ‘pulling’, creating good content.

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Video Essay

The second part of the Editing Skills module (read about part 1 here)

MADC Visual Essay from stitchlily on Vimeo.

In my video essay, I am exploring my role as I unconsciously edit in my arts practice, and edit my community practise. I am very interested in the process, the difference between arts practice, and other work. The experience of editing a Wikipedia page, has made me not just appreciate but be excited by the concept of open participatory projects.

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