Posts Tagged ‘Science’

Kenyon at ArtScience Museum in Singapore

Matt Kenyon (Associate Professor, Digital + Media) will have three artworks (Tardigotchi, IED and Consumer Index) included in an exhibition titled HUMAN+ that will take place at the prestigious “lotus flower” ArtScience Museum in Singapore. HUMAN+ is Science Gallery’s latest flagship exhibition. HUMAN+ invites you to consider a future of augmented abilities, authored evolution, new […]

Shanken to attend NAKFI conference

Ed Shanken (Associate Professor, Digital+Media) will attend the NAKFI Conference on Art and Science, Engineering, and Medicine Frontier Collaborations: Ideation, Translation & Realization from Nov 11-14, 2015 at UC Irvine. This “think-tank” event will bring together a diverse group of participants to: explore how arts, design, sciences, engineering, and medicine can stimulate a renaissance of […]

Call for Submissions: Women Fueling Science and Technology

Call for Submissions from Female Artist, Designers, Creative Technologists In November 2014, the Global Fund for Women will launch the Ignite: Women Fueling Science and Technology project. Ignite will explore the role technology and science plays on the evolution of women’s rights and the attainment of gender equality. They are inviting artists, designers and creative technologists […]

“Intersections of Art, Science and Community” at Brown University

Brown University will host Artists and Scientists as Partners (ASaP) symposium events in Widening the Circle: Intersections of Art, Science and Community. ASaP was born in March of 2012 to facilitate educational programs on the topic of arts and health, and to work with both medical and arts practitioners to foster creative, integrative health practices. This […]

Shared Voices: The RISD Presidential Speaker Series

Three speakers will come to campus starting in Wintersession as part of “Shared Voices: The RISD Presidential Speaker Series.” They are: January 5: Juan Enriquez, who studies the impact of genomics and life sciences on society, co-hosted by John Dunnigan (Professor, Furniture) and Shawn Greenlee (Assistant Professor, Foundation Studies). February 2: Lisa Randall, who is a theoretical […]