A PANEL ON ART, ADVOCACY & METRICS IN THE CREATIVE SPACE

Panel Discussion
Google Chicago
April 28, 2015

Curmudgeon Group and The Simple Good team up to host this panel discussion on the topic of how and if it is possible to track the full range of impact behind a creative experience.  Panelists include Meggie Cramer, Kindling Group; Jenny Carney, YR&G; Elizabeth Stanton, Journalist at Through Her Eyes Project; and Lee Gallagher, Arts & Analytics.  

 

ADOPTING THE RURAL CONDITION

Conference Seminar
THATCamp Southeast Missouri
September 28, 2013

Josie Elizabeth Davis leads a discussion on the inter-mobility of public work between urban and rural spaces, with regard to economies of transportation, education, and landscape that define our perceptions of how art is created and re-mounted in and outside of the city.

 

CHOREOGRAPHIES THAT LAST

Research Paper
PSi 19 Conference 'Now Then: Performance & Temporality'
Stanford University
June 30, 2013

Josie Elizabeth Davis presents her paper, Choreographies that Last, alongside Rizvana Bradley and Beth Weinstein in a panel titled “Dancing through life: Choreographies of Touch, Repetition, and Time” moderated by Chia-Yi Seetoo at the 19th Performance Studies International Conference “Now Then: Performance and Temporality” hosted by the Department of Theatre and Performance Studies at Stanford University, June 26 – 30, 2013.

 

WAYS OF KNOWING: PERCEPTION AND SPACE IN MEDIA AND PERFORMANCE PRACTICE

Research Paper
CSA Conference “Beyond Disciplinarity: Interventions in Cultural Studies and the Arts'
Colombia College Chicago
May 24, 2013

Josie Elizabeth Davis and Allison Leigh Holt co-present their paper on social perception through media and performance practices. Combining Holt’s research as a Fulbright scholar in Indonesia and California with Davis’ work as a producer and director of site-based work in Chicago and New York, the two deconstruct forms of media, performance, and ritual that (re)-construct how we envision and live within the world.

 

A CASE STUDY IN IP ARISING IN ART/SCIENCE PERFORMANCE RESEARCH AND TRANSDISCIPLINARY COLLABORATION

White Paper
SEAD Network for Science, Engineering, Art and Design
XVIII ISA World Congress of Sociology, Yokohama, Japan
November 2012/July 2014

Josie Elizabeth Davis contributes her white paper on project case studies relating to intellectual property and transdisciplinary art-science collaboration to the National Science Foundation SEAD Working Group. Davis will submit a revised white paper to the XVIII ISA World Congress of Sociology in Yokohama, Japan, as part of a working group hosted by Cristina Miranda. The purpose of the working group is to develop a report with proposed actions to address new opportunities or roadblocks to improve collaboration between science and engineering and arts and design. The report will also analyze existing reports issued internationally over the last ten years and develop a meta-analysis of these previous reports.

 

SUSTAINABILITY IN THE AMERICAS: YOUTH AGENCY THROUGH PHOTOGRAPHY AND MOVEMENT BASED PERFORMANCE PRACTICE

Research Paper
Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies
New York University
June 2007

As a Tinker Foundation Research Fellow, Josie Elizabeth Davis explores the relationship between photography and performance art in Latin America and the U.S., with specific attention to Buenos Aires and Lima, Peru. This 5-week fellowship fosters a discussion around how sustainability is defined in the arts by youth across hemispheric borders.

 

MEDIA IN MOTION COMMUNITY ARTS INSTITUTE

Graduate Masters Thesis
Department of Performance Studies, New York University
May 2007

This graduate thesis with the Department of Performance Studies offers a strategic business overview for a 501c3 bilingual community arts institute engaging immigrant youth in South Seattle in a combination of media and performance workshops and programs.