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The Technological Imperative in Contemporary Art and Design Studies
Wednesday, 2 - 3 pm
Room 502B

Today's schools of art and design (and other creative studies) are dependent upon extensive implementation of technology to support their academic missions. But the challenge of funding such implementation is daunting. Furthermore, placing computers in a room and plugging them into a wall does not constitute a meaningful approach to modern creative arts education. This distinguished panel examines the imperatives and challenges of re-designing the environment for modern creative arts programs.

Rick Barry
Pratt Institute
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Thomas Hyatt
Maryland Institute College of Art

Harry Mott
Otis College of Art & Design

Judson Rosebush
Judson Rosebush Co., Inc.

Cynthia Beth Rubin
Rhode Island School of Design

Ann Morgan Spalter
Brown University

Peter Voci
New York Institute of Technology

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Conference 8-12 August, Exhibition 10-12 August.  In Los Angeles, CA