Training Methods for Transdisciplinary Collaboration: Manizales, Columbia..call for key resources

Colleagues We are delighted to announce that the panel that Mauricio Mejia, Andres Roldan and I submitted for ISEA Manizales has been accepted for this June 2017. ( see isea http://isea2017.isea-international.org/ ) The title is:  Training Methods for Transdisciplinary Collaboration: Best Practices  and Didactics for Team Work  An annotated critical bibliography of collaboration references will be …

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Roger Malina’s Critical Annotated Bibliography of Art-Science

Colleagues I am pleased to present the critical annotated bibliography of art-science I published in the Fall 2016 isssue of Art Journal: http://artjournal.collegeart.org/?p=7855  Solicited by Michael Corris, Art Journal has been publishing a number of interesting critical bibliographies. Roger F. Malina Annotated Art-Science Bibliography We are witnessing a resurgence of creative and scholarly work that seeks …

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Creative Disturbers meet at Yuri’s Night April 13 in Dallas Texas

Creative Disturbance is excited to announce we will be hosting a party for Yuri’s Night next month! We will be celebrating Yuri Gagarin, the first human launched into space, while listening to podcasts, recording podcasts, and even observing other media related to the “firsts” in space. The party will be from 8 p.m. – 2 …

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Experimental Publishing in Texas

Colleagues I am delighted to bring to your attention the work of Chaz Lilly in our  Experimental Publishing initiative in the ArtSciLab http://www.utdallas.edu/atec/artstechnology/news/2016/03/phd-student-receives-publishing-fellowship roger malina UT Dallas ATEC ArtSciLab PhD Student  Chaz Lilly Receives Publishing Fellowship for his work on experimental publishing March 22, 2016   Charles Lilly, a PhD student in the School of …

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We are still in the stone age of data visualization..lets invent bronze !

Colleagues I had the pleasure of working with Ewen Chardronnet recently and he just published this interview resulting from  some of our discussio FULL TEXT AT: http://www.makery.info/en/2016/02/01/roger-malina-nous-sommes-a-lage-de-pierre-de-la-datavisualisation/ here is the beginning of the interview: We are still in the stone age of data visualization” Published 1 February 2016 by Ewen Chardronnet After a long career in …

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Roger Malina talks about Art and Nature at the Laguna Art Museum Friday Nov 6

You are here: Home / Upcoming Events / Special Events / Art & Nature | Keynote Keynote Lecture by Roger Malina Friday, November 6 6:00-7:00 p.m. reception, with live music by Nicholas Yrizarry 7:00-8:00 p.m. lecture Laguna Art Museum $5 museum members and students, $10 all others Renowned space scientist and astronomer Roger Malina delivers …

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Why Roger Malina is Off the Lip ? On the wave collaborations in Plymouth

Colleagues   This week I am visiting Sue Denham and Michael Punt and colleagues at the University of Plymouth- they are running the amazing COGNOVO program on cognitive innovation: http://www.cognovo.eu/ with 24 PhD students from all over europe doing PhDs all of an inter and transdisciplinary nature and combine scientific studies of the neural correlates and mechanisms …

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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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Review of Archeologie of Media Exhibition in Aix en Provence

Une Archeologie des Media, Exhibition, Seconde Nature, Aix en Provence, France. 22 May- 28 June 2015 Curated by PAMAL (Preservation and Art- Media Archeology Lab) and ESA Avignon. And Archeologies des Media, , Emmanuel Guez Guest Editor ,Magazine des Cultures Digitales #75, Paris, France,2014, 114pp, illus. ISBN 978-2-36807-043-7 ISSN 1638-3400 Reviewed by Roger F Malina, …

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How Art can Change Science ?; what was on roger’s mind in Poland

colleagues May 14 I had the pleasure of participating in the Symposium ‘ How Can Art Help Science” organised by Ryszard W. Kluszczyński at the WRO Biennale of Media Art in Wroclaw, Poland. It was a lively day and the videos are now going up on line: https://vimeo.com/wrocenter  In my talk I argued that we should not be …

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