Artists, Scientists and Entrepreneurs in Residence
The Johnny Carson Center for Emerging Media Arts will have a robust artist, scientist and entrepreneur-in-residence program. These industry professionals will come for residencies of various length—from days to entire semesters.
Upcoming Visiting Artists
Joseph Krings will be a guest lecturer in classes at the Carson Center and will be our featured speaker at our IGNITE Colloquium on Friday, September 6 from 12:30–1:50 p.m. in CEMA 101. IGNITE is open to students, university faculty and staff and the Lincoln community.Read Joseph Krings' Bio
Kevin Cunningham will be our featured speaker at our IGNITE Colloquium on Friday, September 13 from 12:30–1:50 p.m. in CEMA 101. IGNITE is open to students, university faculty and staff and the Lincoln community.Read Kevin Cunningham's Bio
Bird Runningwater is this year’s Hubbard Lecture speaker and we are pleased to announce that he will guest lecture in the Carson Center’s Story Lab class on Thursday, October 10 from 9:30–10:50 a.m. The subject of his lecture will be “Our Stories Onscreen: Creating a Narrative with Native Filmmakers.”
Representations of Native Americans in film have a long history of stereotypes and generalizations. Increasing Indigenous visibility in American culture is a goal of the Sundance Institute’s Native American and Indigenous Film Program. Bird Runningwater supports Indigenous filmmakers as they share their stories. Since 2001, he has worked to build a global Indigenous film community. As Program Director of the Native American and Indigenous Program at Sundance Institute, Runningwater supports Indigenous artists from across the U.S., Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Mexico and other countries. Over the past twenty five years, more than 300 Indigenous filmmakers have participated in the Sundance program helping to bring their stories and voices to the screen.Read Bird Runningwater's Bio