Live Vibe Season 3
Season Three Finale
“AH, YES! : Arts & Humanities in the Digital Age”
Thursday, April 26, 2012 @ 7:30 PM EST
*Live Studio Audience in the Digital Worlds REVE Auditorium*
LVTV Season 3 host Mandy Hill interviews a series of compelling guests and explores how the vitality of human creativity is being supported and inspired by new innovations, tools, and technologies in the Digital Age. Join Season Three host Mandy Hill as she explores the ever-evolving and exciting role of the Arts and Humanities in the digital age with innovative and inspirational artists, humanists, and researchers.
Electro-acoustic ensemble MONO/POLY, with Geoff Deibel and Nate Bliton
The “Digital Epigraphy Toolbox” project, with Dr. Angelos Barmpoutis, Eleni Bozia and Robert Wagman
Acclaimed Sequential Artist, Tom Hart
Musician, Emcee, Spoken word Artist, Adaeze
Live Vibe Season 3
“What’s HAPNAN’? Arts and Sciences in the Digital Age”
Thursday, November 17, 2011 @ 7:30 PM EST
* Live Studio Audience in the Digital Worlds REVE *
LVTV Season 3 host Mandy Hill interviewed compelling guests and discussed the ever-changing role of the Arts and Sciences and how they are impacting education in the digital age. Richard Heipp, Director of the School of Art and Art History at The University of Florida, also serves as bass player for The R. Mutt Blues Band; Dr. Curtis R. Taylor, Associate Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering is also a passionate advocate for primary and secondary education for students in the Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics (STEAM) areas and serves as the Principal investigator on the HAPNAN project at the University of Florida; and Sean Hunter, successful commercial music producer also donates his time to serve in an after school program at the PK Yonge Developmental Research School where he has created Blue Wave Music Productions. Tune in and join us in exploring and witnessing how such seemingly diverse fields can be integrated and intertwined, helping to produce a more enriching, engaging and interactive educational experience.
R. Mutt Blues Band with Richard Heipp
Dr. Curtis Taylor, UF Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Blue Wave Music Production
Mandy Hill is a 3rd year English major at the University of Florida and plans on pursuing her masters degree in creative writing. Upon graduating she hopes to pursue a career as a novelist. Mandy was born and raised in Jacksonville, Florida and prior to attending UF, lived in Beijing, China where she worked as a kindergarten teacher. Outside of her English and creative writing pursuits, she is a classically trained ballerina, has been featured as a background vocalist on a nationally recorded album, and has modeled professionally in Atlanta and Jacksonville. In her free time, Mandy enjoys dancing, playing tennis, and riding horses.