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The Creative Activity Library houses all available resources with all kinds of fun and inspiring activities based on the Denver Art Museum’s collection and exhibitions. This includes art making projects inspired by different works of art with information about the artist, fun instructional videos, a list of all the materials, and guided. Google Doodle finder. Search by year and/or location.

You may be looking for the Yahoo group Trek Creative.

Name:alt.startrek.creative, ASC
Date(s):1990 - present
Moderator:not applicable
Fandom:Star Trek: The Original Series, Star Trek: The Next Generation, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, Star Trek: Voyager, Star Trek: Enterprise
URL:ASC / Trekiverse
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Alt.Startrek.Creative (ASC) is a usenet group that was created for the purpose of posting of fiction based in the Star Trek universe.[1]

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Fan Comments

Usenet newsgroups have come and gone, but alt.startrek.creative continues to be the main forum for the posting of fan fiction based on Gene Roddenberry's creation. The web archive associated with the newsgroup has had its ups and downs over the last decade, but Stephen Ratliff and his dedicated crew of archive maintainers have kept the archive (also, not coincidentally, mirror'd across three sites to avoid bandwidth problems) and the newsgroup running smoothly despite the Barbarian Hoards that have invaded the 'net each year as gated communities like prodigy and AOL gained their Internet gateways, and new university students come online every Fall.[2]


Creative Computing Magazine

From 2006: Yes ... that's eleven. Yesterday eleven years ago, I posted the first version of Introduction to Alt.StarTrek.Creative ... and I haven't stopped since. This was just my second stop on my path of alt.startrek.creative insufficient reluctance. At the time I was twenty-one, still in college, and we had a really bad off-topic problem. We don't have that anymore.

The mighty Joseph Young was my predecessor, serving as FAQ Maintainer and Archivist from ASC's founding in 1991 until April of 1995. We went withoutan Archivist until July of that year when Alara Rogers stepped up for the role. Then I got insufficient reluctance expanding my role from Status ofStories FAQ Maintainer to just FAQ Maintainer.

In January of 1996, ASC premiered it's ASC Award, under my gavel, which I led for 3 years. It's those awards that I consider my biggest accomplishment, even if they keep pulling me back in. I passed them off to Charlie Rando for the 1998 Awards, then to Kattz for two years, before I picked them back up for a year, handing them off again to Seema for the 2002 Awards, who handed them to Rocky for this past year.

Meanwhile our associated groups came into being. The great Slash Debates led to the creation of alt.startrek.creative.all-ages, and spam caused first the migration of alt.sex.fetish.startrek to alt.startrek.creative.erotica then to alt.startrek.creative.erotica.moderated.

Over on the Archive side, we gained an web index to the then ftp archive in 1997. Matt Steenberg ran it for a year and a half, then I picked that up

(see a pattern here?) Alara retired from the archive in 1998, and it was picked up by Constable Katie and Dina. Dina left in 2002, and Katie and I still maintain it.[3]

You can read about Alt.startrek.creative Slash Wars.

Current Staff

  • Stephen Ratliff - FAQ Maintainer, Status of Stories: Backup
  • Katie Redshoes - Archivist
  • Ian Toldman - Assistant Formatter
  • Rocky - Status of Stories: The Original Series
  • Keroth - Status of Stories: The Next Generation, Status of Stories: Enterprise, Status of Stories: MIS
  • Seema - Status of Stories: Voyager
  • Gabrielle - Status of Stories: Deep Space Nine
ArchiveAboutthe Creative Archive

Previous Staff

Past staff and members of ASC.


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  • Joseph Young - (1990-1995) [4]
  • Alara Rogers - (1995 - 1998)
  • Dina L. - (1998-2000)

FAQ Maintainer

  • Stephen Young - (1995-1998)
  • Melissa Koehn - Backup Maintainer (1997)
  • J Winter - Backup Maintainer (1998-2000)
  • Kattz - Backup Maintainer (2000-2001)

Status of Stories

  • Sarah Goose, SOS: MIS [5]
  • Sasscatt, SOS:TOS [6]
  • Tasha Simonova, SOS:TNG [7]
  • Gabrielle Lawson, SOS:DS9 [8]
  • Jamelia, SOS:VOY, SOS: MIS [9]

External links

  • ASC awards - Fan History Wiki: The Fandom History Resource, Archived version

Related Links
PeopleAlara Rogers, Gabrielle, Ian Toldman, John Ordover, Jamelia, Katie Redshoes, Keroth, Macedon, Peg Robinson, Rocky, Seema, Stephen Ratliff, Stephen Young
PlacesASCEM, ASCA, Star Trek, Trekiverse
ThingsASC Awards, The Mannerly Art of Critique - Peg Robinson, The Mannerly Art of Disagreement - Macedon


  1. ^'FAQ Alt.StarTrek.Creative, An Introduction'. Retrieved October 10, 2008.
  2. ^from Mall Rats by ljc
  3. ^'11 Years on the Job'.
  4. ^Maintain a ftp archive until April 2005 when he gave up his position, FAQ Maintainer's Notes: Second Year on the Job, February 1, 1997. (Accessed October 10, 2008)
  5. ^sometime between 2000-2004)
  6. ^2000, not sure of else
  7. ^2000, not sure of else
  8. ^2000, not sure of else
  9. ^2000, not sure of else

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One of the most acclaimed and influential choreographers and dancers of her time, and an artist whose work has earned recognition in numerous museum exhibitions and collections, Trisha Brown (1936-2017) has forever changed the landscape of visual art. Her movement vocabulary, and the new methods that she and her dancers adopted to train their bodies, remain one of her most pervasive legacies within international dance. The Trisha Brown Dance Company preserves this legacy through the reconstruction and remounting of her major proscenium and site-specific works, as well as the management of the Trisha Brown Archive, which records her meticulous creative process over many decades.

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The Trisha Brown Archive was established in 2009 by resolution of the Board of Trustees, to preserve the legacy of Brown’s life and work, and to make accessible important historical documents to Company staff, and to visiting researchers and students. Comprising approximately 3,000 unique audiovisual recordings, and over 200 linear feet of documents on paper, including the Trisha Brown Dance Company Records and Brown’s Personal Papers, as well as extensive photographic material and ephemera, the archive represents a comprehensive record of Brown’s creative process, with an interdisciplinary and collaborative focus reflected in the scope of its material.

The Trisha Brown Archive gratefully acknowledges the leadership support of The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, the Booth Ferris Foundation, the Howard Gilman Foundation, the New York Community Trust, and the Robert Rauschenberg Foundation. Additional support is provided by the Bay Area Video Coalition, the Dedalus Foundation, The Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation, and the National Film Preservation Foundation, among many other generous donors.