Slow Innovation..CONEXIONES IMPROBABLES ..art.science.creativity.innovation,entrpreneurs,jobs and ??

Colleagues After the relaunch of ARTSCATALYST in new facilities in London …http://www.artscatalyst.org/ , here comes a relaunch of  CONEXIONES IMPROBABLES in Spain…it is fascinating to see the evolving ideas and methods in the art science tech community and the proliferation of new hybrid spaces. The ecology of diverse spaces, boundary spaces, with socially embedded approaches is …

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Art/Science under the Oceans- call for examples of art science projects

Colleagues In our current ‘snapshot’ update of the SEAD study ( http://www.mitpressjournals.org/page/NSF_SEAD Steps to an Ecology of Networked Knowledge and Innovation: ) one of the areas that we noted was the growth of the number of marine biology stations hosting artists in residence= one artist who just completed a residency at the Scripps Institute of Oceanography in San …

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CALL FOR SNAP SHOT UPDATE ON WHATS HAPPENING IN KEY PROCESSES FOR SUCCESSFUL ART-SCIENCE-TECHNOLOGY COLLABORATION

Colleagues CALL FOR SNAP SHOT UPDATE ON WHATS HAPPENING IN KEY PROCESSES FOR SUCCESSFUL ART-SCIENCE-TECHNOLOGY COLLABORATION what issues/problems that have increased in the last five years ?- we still solicit your thoughts that will be folded into the update of the SEAD report ( http://www.mitpressjournals.org/page/NSF_SEAD ) in February 2016We thought we would seed this discussion …

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Concerning Human Understanding Redux: Arguing against the term “artscience”

Colleagues I have just read Nora Sorensen’s Vaage’s article “ On Cultures and Artscience; interdisciplinarity and discourses of ‘twos’ and ‘threes’ after Snow’s Two Cultures’ http://www.nordicsts.org/index.php/njsts/article/view/38 Nordic Journal of Science and Technology Studies, Vol 3, Iss 1, p3. I am sending it to her for comment and posting this draft here Roger Malina July 19 …

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Is International Affairs and Political Science an Emerging Trend in art-science ?

Colleagues Here is a draft input to the SEAD report 5 year update ( on enabling new forms of collaboration between Science Engineering Art and Design) for comment and discussion https://seadnetwork.wordpress.com/ This came up in a discussion with Annick Bureaud who is working with Emmanuel Mahe in Paris on a french report on emerging trends …

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Find out how to enable new forms of collaboration between the sciences, engineering and the arts, design and humanities

Colleagues We are pleased to announce the publication of the new Leonardo MIT Press ebook with the report from the SEAD white papers study funded by the NSF. The report includes some 73 abstracts, 55 white papers submitted by the international community with some 150 participants. We thank the members of the community for their …

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Is STEM an idea whose time has passed ?

Is STEM an idea whose time has passed ? Do we need to rethink the cultural embedding of science? here is a new item another recent rethinking about whether we are going about it wrong on STEM\ http://spectrum.ieee.org/at-work/education/the-stem-crisis-is-a-myth ,,,And yet, alongside such dire projections, you’ll also find reports suggesting just the opposite—that there are more STEM …

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E O Wilson on the need for art-humanities science collaboration

Colleagues There is an interesting interview with E O Wilson on NPR radio where at length he discusses rationales for cross coupling the arts/humanities and sciences http://sciencefriday.com/segment/06/21/2013/e-o-wilson-s-advice-for-future-scientists.html He has also written more on the topic on his new book: Letters to a Young Scientist (which I am about to read) http://www.amazon.com/Letters-Young-Scientist-Edward-Wilson/dp/0871403773 I found his argumentation in …

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Call for Evaluation Results of Art Science Teaching

Call for SEAD Learning Studies K-12 / Higher Education / Professional Education / Informal Education / Museums   http://sead.viz.tamu.edu/projects/learning.html The SEAD network is interested in learning more about published studies in which math, science and engineering education is integrated with music, art, dance, theater, literature, poetry, creative writing and/or design education in either formal or informal settings, K-12 through …

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Artists postpone end of the world ,now mobilise to save the planet ?

Ok, we managed to postpone the end of the world http://malina.diatrope.com/2012/11/24/artists-miss-deadline-end-of-the-world-postponed/ now artists mobilise to save the earth !   We welcome feedback and comments       VITAMIN A: A MODEST PROPOSAL TO INTRODUCE TRACE AMOUNTS OF CONTEMPORARY ART INTO RESEARCH BY PREPARING STUDENTS IN ART, DESIGN, ENGINEERING, AND SCIENCE FOR COLLABORATIVE CREATIVE WORK, …

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