Spring 2015 MASH'TASH > Remix Collaboration

MASH’TASH Collaboration:

UWorcester, Digital Film Production and Animation students) and UMDuluth, Digital Art and Filmmaking students plan a collaborative project to begin early in 2015. The project borrows from the aesthetics of remix (mash-ups), Dada and Surrealist games, setting a playful tone for the collaboration. Over the next few months students will engage in creative assignments to be shared and remixed in various ways. Projects will include digital art, sound and video clips that share characters/conflicts, facts/fictions, past/present/future lore about our locations. As locative media art, the project will use maps (google maps or other tools) to connect short videos to places in our local landscapes. In this way, our students will introduce each other to Duluth and Worcester. All good games have rules: Each project must somehow include a character with a mustache. Hence the title of the project: Mash’tash !


1. MASH’TASH projects must include a mustache

2. MASH’TASH projects may include any form of digital media (video, still, animation)

3. MASH’TASH projects must link to specific locations on map of Duluth or Worcester

4. MASH’TASH project location must have personal connection for student



…Find Trouble?

…Fall in Love?

…Drown a Sorrow?

…Right a Wrong?

…Save a Soul?

…Win a Friendship?

…Break a Heart?

…Toast a Victory?

…Dance the Night Away?

…Howl at the Moon?

…Scratch an Itch?

…Mend a Fence?

…Take a Stand?

…Catch Some Air?

…Warm your Toes?

…Meet Your Destiny?

…Wage a Battle?

…Duel at Dawn?

…Do a Good Deed?

…Hear the Mermaids Singing?

… etc


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