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Read any good books lately?

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Out-of-the-box ideas to teach sketching

I had opportunities to teach sketching for over two decades to graduate students; some had joined the programme in design with limited sketching skills. Focus was always on the design related courses and sketching could be spared very little time. 4,328 more words

Design Thinking

Provocative Pedagogies: Performative Teaching and Learning 2017

I have had my paper proposal accepted for Provocative Pedagogies: Performative Teaching and Learning, which runs 14/10/17 at the University of Lincoln. Unfortunately this symposium will clash with  590 more words

UNIVERSITY OF NEW SOUTH WALES, SYDNEY - APPLICATIONS FOR UNSW PHD SCIENTIA SCHOLARSHIPS INVITED

EMBODIED VISUAL PERCEPTION IN ART GALLERIES AND MUSEUMS: A PHD PROJECT JOINTLY SUPERVISED BY RESEARCHERS IN UNSW ART & DESIGN and UNSW PSYCHOLOGY

Using diagnostic and interactive desktop- and head-mounted mobile eye tracking technologies to record and analyse the situated, embodied experience of visual aesthetics/visitor experience in art galleries and museums, this project will make a real-world impact, working with leading gallery and museum industry partners to develop experimental and creative strategies for visitor engagement and evaluation. 279 more words

Art

Poster presentations at the C3

On June 8 members if our group participated in an event at the Centre for the Sciences of Complexity (C3) called: “C3: Un Centro Transversal para la UNAM”. 107 more words

Presentations

The Knowledge Ecology

I’ve been moving towards a description of the role concepts and knowledge play in action and perception. To this end, I’ve worked my way through the contributions that philosophers like Hubert Dreyfus, John McDowell, Barbara Gail Montero, and Alva Noë have made in these areas. 644 more words

Philosophy

Sticks and Stones: Sensitivity to physical pain can make words “hurt” more

By Angie Wang

Shard.

Pus.

Dental nerve.

If you’re like me, you probably winced as you read those words–or at least reading them made you somewhat uncomfortable. 677 more words