In one of the final meetings of the Spring 2016 Digital Humanities Faculty Seminar, Sarah Gorham (Arts) led participants in the creation of mini artistic books. A form of stress-relieving art therapy, the books offered faculty in the seminar a small window into some of the creative work that Gorham’s students will engage in as they take her DH-inflected course, The Painted Book, in 2016-17.
As Gorham led the faculty through the creative project, she recorded the activity. Later, she edited the video to create an example of the sort of documentary she imagines some students might develop to capture and present their creative process as a component of the DH-inflected course. This is the video she produced.