We’re pleased Dr. Charity Marsh of @uofreginaofficial will join us as a Thursday panelist for our biennial #artsed conference from Oct 24-26 in #Winnipeg! Register now—it’s only a week away! Link in bio 🔗
“Dr Marsh is Director of the Interactive Media and Performance (IMP) Labs and Associate Professor in Interdisciplinary Studies and Creative Technologies in the Faculty of Media, Art, & Performance at the University of Regina.
Dr Marsh held the position of Canada Research Chair in Interactive Media and Popular Music from July 2007 until December 2018. During this time she established the IMP Labs, which consist of an interactive DJ Studio, an Electronic Beat-Making Lab, a Centre for Hip Hop Cultures and Community Research, as well as the Popular Music and Mobile Media Lab. The IMP Labs are a primary site for a number of innovative arts and education based community research program, including The Scott Collegiate/ IMP Labs Hip Hop Projects, the IMP Labs 55 Parallel Northern Saskatchewan Hip Hop Project, The Flatland Scratch Seminar and Workshop Series, the IMP Labs Community Program, and Girls Rock Regina.
Dr Marsh has published in the areas of Hip Hop Cultures in Canada; Popular Music in Canada; Electronic Dance Music Cultures; Interactive Media and Performance; Technology and Gender; Arts and Athleticism; and Arts-Based Community Health. Her first full length documentary entitled Girls Rock Regina and the Ripple Effect will debut at the RPL Theatre in January 2020 and her co-edited collection of academic essays on Hip Hop Culture in Canada will be released in Spring 2020 with McGill-QUeen's University Press.”