On July 10, 2016, NiS+TS member Mary Elizabeth Luka presented the collaborative work of NiS+TS at an international conference held at Dalhousie and NSCAD University. Several other artists were involved in presenting current work at NSCAD, including David Clark, Jan Peacock, Anthony Black from 2b Theatre, and Ken Schwartz from Two Planks & A Passion. The 2016 Hypertext/CMAP Conference focused on social media as a theme. Attendees were intrigued by the range of work with research affiliations to NSCAD University, particularly those engaging in various forms of creative media, mobile and internet technologies in collaborative ways.
Full proceedings for the 2016 Hypertext conference can be found here.