Tag Archives : STEAM

Noon Concert featuring music and live video processing of Jean-Baptiste Barrierre with guest soloists

Prize-winning Parisian composer and cellist Jean-Baptiste Barrierre performs his music and live video works, realizing a visual concert of Kaija Saariaho’s music. A former IRCAM director of musical research, education, and production, he is holder of the first David Wessel Residency in Music and Science at the Center for New Music and Audio Technologies (CNMAT)

Call for Art: Manufacturing Transparency

NewHive and The Goethe-Institut of San Francisco are inviting artists to submit work based on the theme of Manufacturing Transparency using NewHive’s multimedia publishing platform. Artists are encouraged to design pages with original text, animations, audio, and videos, or make use of NewHive’s code editor to build a page from scratch. The top selections will […]

Design at Large: Scaling the Studio and the Lab to the Globe

CS Division Seminar with Dr. Scott Klemmer, Associate Professor,  Departments of Cognitive Science and Computer Science & Engineering, UC San Diego The studio is a hallmark trait of design education and practice. Working in a shared space, students solicit each others’ help and gain wisdom by seeing their peers’ work and failures, successes, and evolutions. How might we […]

Questioning Aesthetics: Mapping the Conversation

Mapping the Conversation The Questioning Aesthetics Symposium takes up the term aesthetics as both the subject and object of critique, and as a way to explore and expand new forms of aesthetics research in many disciplines. In relation to the evolving conversations around participation, computing and the contemporary, scholars and artists from around the US will come […]

Questioning Aesthetics Symposium Recap

On Friday March 13, ARC hosted the Questioning Aesthetics Symposium, where we invited a range of scholars and artists to help us think through three unique yet connected frames of “aesthetics,” asking: When is art participatory? When is computing aesthetic? and When is art contemporary?All of the individual presentations, and each of the panel conversations, testified […]