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Josephine Dorado is a social entrepreneur, strategist, producer, professor and Pilates instructor whose work focuses on innovation in hybrid online spaces. She was a Fulbright scholarship recipient and initiated the Kidz Connect program, which is a virtual cultural exchange program that connects youth internationally through creative collaboration and theatrical performance in virtual worlds. Josephine also received a MacArthur Foundation Award in Digital Media & Learning, and and continues to be involved with the Fulbright community as an officer of the Board of Directors in NY. She currently teaches at The New School and is the live events producer for This Spartan Life, a talk show inside the video game Halo. She balances her work in online spaces with her passion for teaching Pilates, combining a technology-infused life with a physical, embodied way of being. Most recently, Josephine received the Selma Jeanne Cohen award for scholarly research in dance, recognizing her work using dance frameworks for online collaboration. Commissioned works include interdisciplinary productions for the ISEA and Romaeuropa Festivals as well as speaking engagements at SXSW, IgniteNYC, SIGGRAPH, PICNIC (Amsterdam), and IPZ (Istanbul). Her experience focuses on the convergence of physical with digital, arts with technology, and games with calls to action. She delights in architecting innovative transmedia experiences inspired by the collaborative methodologies behind games and theater. http://funksoup.com Twitter: @funksoup
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ok. i did. so does that mean we're friends? i never get these things..
anyway, hi josephine. i guess you sent me something-
im near stuttgart. where i live, but i think i need to move on soon. maybe kyoto. i came here to disassemble my life. but it still seems partly assembled. these things take time. i made a new solo, or still am, its about a second skin. the one you dont need , but think you do. its smoky. and i rip seams. we'll do it in salt lake city in april. at SEAMUS. and ... making a new opera in estonia. and teaching a few private students. but other wise, im just hanging out. how about you?
Hi Josephine. I'm in NYC now, and I have to do a thing this afternoon - but are we still on for dinner tonight? If so, please call me!! I won't have access to internet for the rest of the day. (my number is in your inbox)
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