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Blank Cuaderno 

The year 2020 has been one completely defined by COVID-19, a global pandemic that has often been compared to the 1918 ‘Spanish’ Flu. In the summer of 2020, as part of the Manitos Community Memory Project, focused on building a community based archive, we decided to collect stories about the 1918 ‘Spanish’ Flu epidemic and COVID-19. This cuaderno is intentionally left blank. 

Cuaderno, Volume 1, Issue 1

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Nombrando la Muerte, Volume 1, Issue 1.

The year 2020 has been one completely defined by COVID-19, a global pandemic that has often been compared to the 1918 ‘Spanish’ Flu. In the summer of 2020, as part of the Manitos Community Memory Project, focused on building a community based archive, we decided to collect stories about the 1918 ‘Spanish’ Flu epidemic and COVID-19. This cuaderno holds one set of those stories.

Cuaderno, Volume 1, Issue 2

cover art for Narrating Death

Narrating Death, Volume 1, Issue 2.

The year 2020 has been one completely defined by COVID-19, a global pandemic that has often been compared to the 1918 ‘Spanish’ Flu. In the summer of 2020, as part of the Manitos Community Memory Project, focused on building a community based archive, we decided to collect stories about the 1918 ‘Spanish’ Flu epidemic and COVID-19. This cuaderno holds one set of those stories. 

Cuaderno, Volume 1, Issue 3

cover art La Curandera cuaderno

La Curandera, Volume 1, Issue 3.

The year 2020 has been one completely defined by COVID-19, a global pandemic that has often been compared to the 1918 ‘Spanish’ Flu. In the summer of 2020, as part of the Manitos Community Memory Project, focused on building a community based archive, we decided to collect stories about the 1918 ‘Spanish’ Flu epidemic and COVID-19.
This cuaderno holds one set of those stories.

New Mexico Museum of Art multimedia title wall

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For her summer internship, Becca Sharp refined a prototype developed with a microcontroller and neopixels for the Breath Taking Exhibit. The title wall text is designed to mimic the rhythm of the breath.

 

Bradbury Science Museum, Meet Tubie!

As part of her internship with the Bradbury Science Museum, Cultural Technology intern Gabriella Smith, created an animated character to help explain complex supercomputing concepts to museum visitors. Tubie is included in touchscreen panels as part of the updated Supercomputing Exhibit at the Bradbury Science Museum. Funding for this paid internship came from a grant through the IEEE Foundation.