Rojava by Ben Dunn

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What is Possible?

Submitted on December 5, 2016 - 1:03pm

In preparation for the University’s Be Boundless campaign, each major unit on campus selected a story for in-depth treatment. The College of Arts & Sciences chose to feature the artistic and scientific explorations that took place during Portfolio of Possibilities at MadArt Studio in South Lake Union during spring and summer of 2016. This was the work of 3D4M Associate Professors Amie McNeel and Mark Zirpel, their collaborator Sam Stubblefield, and students (now alums) Tzyy Yi Young and Collin Bampton.

This immersive story went live on November 29, 2016, and it is being featured on the University’s homepage. It would not have been possible without the unwavering support of staff at University Marketing & Communications and the College of Arts & Sciences. Special thanks go to the College’s production team who wrote and directed this web experience: Jill Becker and Luke Hawkins, with support from Isaiah Brookshire. Other web designers, editors, and project managers played key roles at different times. All expressed enthusiasm and excitement about the work we are doing at the School and really took the time to listen, learn, and understand what we represent.

Explore what is possible.

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