UPCOMING NSF/NEA WORKSHOP ON ART SCIENCE

I am attending this working shop and am interested in any inputs or thoughts you might have. roger malina Re/Search: Art, Science, and Information Technology A Joint Meeting of the National Science Foundation and the National Endowment for the Arts This workshop seeks to advance exploration at the intersection of art and science. Areas of …

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Abstract: Making Reality Really Real Conference

Consciousness Reframed 11 | Trondheim, November 4-6, 2010, More information Earth, Wind, Water, Fire, Quintessence, Data: The Art and Science of Data Gathering in Moist Reality Roger F Malina Director Observatoire Astronomique de Marseille Provence We live in the petabyte era, with instruments everywhere generating large and growing volumes of data. Many of these instruments …

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Wellcome’s evauation of their SciArt Funding program (1996-2006)

From Amy Ione: The Wellcome Trust has a summary and a full report of their SciArt funding program at their page:  http://www.wellcome.ac.uk/About-us/Publications/Reports/Public-engagement/Sciart-evaluation-report/index.htm FYI, the program ran from 1996-2006. Briefly, they funded 124 projects, considered the program valuable, said it had more impact on the arts than the sciences.  They have since moved the ArtSci program …

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Kepes and Malina : Some personal observations on Theory and Praxis (First Draft)

by Roger F Malina When Nina Czegledy and Rona Kopeczky proposed to me their exhibition on Gyorgy Kepes and my father Frank Malina, I was immediately interested. It seemed a natural coupling of two men of the same era, eastern European backgrounds, both were survivors of the same world war and with over-lapping passions. Both …

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OPEN OBSERVATORY CHALLENGE ROGER MALINA AND THE NEW LEONARDOS

Interview with Roger Malina: Txt: Teresa De Feo / Eng: Mimi Peña Full interview is posted at http://www.digicult.it/digimag/article.asp?id=1764 Teresa De Feo: Mister Malina, you believe in the relationship between science and humanity and particularly in the relationship between science, art and technology and seeing as, according your ideas, seem to be the most fruitful solutions …

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Visual Culture and Evolution Online Symposium

WASHINGTON – The Cultural Programs of the National Academy of Sciences will co-host the “Visual Culture and Evolution Online Symposium” with the Center for Art, Design, and Visual Culture (University of Maryland, Baltimore County) and Johns Hopkins University’s Master of Arts in Museum Studies Program.  The online symposium will take place on the Internet from …

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The Impact of Computers on the Arts, Sciences and Humanities

Abstract : Intimate Science and the End of Theory in Astronomy Modern astronomy has been transformed by the computer sciences in a number of ways. Large computerized instruments now collect almost all our information about the universe. This data is deposited into large databases called Virtual Observatories. This data, unlike photographic plates in general, is …

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Twine: Art-Science and Science-Art Curricula

Twine: Art-Science and Science-Art Curricula Leonardo Education Forum co chair Victoria Vesna and Leonardo Executive Editor Roger Malina are interested in examples of courses and curricula that are in the art-science field- such as courses on art and biology, art and mathematics, art and chemistry etc. We are not collecting art and new media curricula, …

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