CREATE

Initiatives

Current Initiatives


Past Initiatives

  • Digital/Mobile Storytelling in Parramore

    Using Augmented Reality Interactive Storytelling, the documentary invites young audiences to step back in time and walk in a restaurant owner’s footsteps as he prepares for a special event—meeting people and seeing places from Parramore’s past along the way.

  • Interactive Expeditions

    A mobile research lab that employs modern satellite technology and two-way video conferencing in order to connect at-home learners with instructors who are live in the field. By giving students the opportunity to communicate live and face-to-face with distant cultures and faraway peoples, INTX aim to replicate the advantages of hands-on learning for students in a virtual classroom setting.

  • Puerto Ricans in Central Florida 1940s to 1980s: A History

    In Kissimmee, in Orlando, in Deltona, in Sanford, and elsewhere live people whose roots are in Puerto Rico and whose lives have been in Central Florida for 50 to even 60 years. This is a story waiting to be told. The photographs and stories of everyday people sketch a history of the Puerto Rican community in Central Florida. Explore this link for more information and help us to tell the story.

  • Young Composers Challenge

    The Young Composers Challenge is open to young musicians in the Southeastern U.S. The Challenge is simple. First, you can take part in an extensive workshop with world-renowned composers. Then you will have all summer to write your own score. In September, a panel of judges chooses the top three orchestral and ensemble pieces, and these will be performed by the Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra at the Bob Carr Auditorium. The winners earn money for themselves and their music teacher.

Center for Research and Education in Arts, Technology and Entertainment • College of Arts & Humanities at the University of Central Florida
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