Scavenger Hunt Stop 1/6

This exhibit belongs to the David Letterman Learning Experience, and it is 1 of 6 exhibits hidden around campus. You will find clues at the bottom of the page to help you find the next stop. Feel free to revisit this page at a later time. You will find the QR code posted on our social media pages linked at below. Visit our website to learn more about our project and our documentary, "Clear Reception," releasing this fall.
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What is the David Letterman Learning Experience?

Since 2018, the David Letterman Learning Experience (DLLE) has been a student-run, project-based learning opportunity that allows students to explore storytelling, technology, and art inspired by the more than 1,000 artifacts from Dave’s career as an American television host, comedian, writer, and producer. The Letterman Collection offers a rich storytelling opportunity, and each semester, graduate and undergraduate students build transmedia storytelling campaigns using a variety of innovative techniques.  

In 2022, (DLLE) students had the unique opportunity to work closely with students from the Marilyn K. Glick Center for Glass, Department of Media, and David Letterman himself to create a documentary and transmedia campaign focused on the creation of glass art. The documentary narrates the history of the Marilyn K. Glick Center for Glass and Muncie’s rich history in glass art, as well as a special story inspired by Dave’s love for glass art. EMDD students used transmedia storytelling to help promote the documentary and pique the interests of the Ball State community. The transmedia campaign currently includes a website, an interactive virtual reality tour of the Glick Center, a social media campaign, and an art scavenger hunt. 

Art and Journalism Building

Clue to the next stop

Go to the second floor of the Arts & Journalism Building to find the next scavenger hunt stop.