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Humanitini: Video Games & Storytelling

Humanitini- Videogames & Storytelling

This Month: Video Games & Storytelling The video game has evolved into a storytelling medium akin to oral tradition, the epic poem, theater, the novel, and cinema. Videogame creators often channel old stories through this new medium in order to connect with a younger audience. Let’s examine the process of moving from story to game. Panelists From left to right: Ishmael Angaluuk Hope is a Tlingit and Inupiaq storyteller, poet and scholar who lives in Juneau, Alaska. Notable projects includes serving

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Humanitini- Cuban Presence (1)

This Month: The Intersection of Punk & Go-Go Music in DC The music scene in DC is varied and original. DC gave birth to go-go and punk music, and hosts a surprising number of local labels and innovative performance spaces. This panel will examine the cultural intersections between the District’s go-go and punk scenes. Where do the two musical genres overlap, and what sort of innovations have emerged? What is Humanitini? Humanitini is an exciting happy hour event where Washington’s

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