This podcast presents events hosted by The Ohio State University’s Humanities Institute’s Digital Arts and Humanities Working Group (DAH WG). DAH WG provides a venue for building a sustained digital arts and humanities network on campus. Ohio State supports ground-breaking work in the digital arts and humanities, but the University’s success in this area depends on building support systems that include a more robust infrastructure for developing and hosting digital humanities projects and a richer culture of collaboration and curation for that work. That culture must bring together librarians, IT professionals, and faculty, who, on such a large campus, often are simply unaware of potential resources and collaborators. As one of the OSU Humanities Institute's Working Groups, we sponsor workshops, panel discussions by members of the OSU community, and presentations by guest speakers. Programming organized by the working group focuses on areas in which there is already interest or expertise on campus, including mapping/visualization, digitally-enhanced pedagogy, digital archives, electronic textual editing, and game-based learning. The Working Group also functions as an 'incubator' for an ongoing digital arts and humanities community or network at OSU. This community will facilitate collaboration and sharing of expertise, and may have a role in recommending infrastructure for supporting research and teaching. For more information about the Digital Arts and Humanities Working Group, please visit our website: go.osu.edu/dah.