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http://www.digitallyengagedlearning.net/2019/submission-guidelines/ As this year is the Bauhaus' centennial, our theme is “Teaching Futures”. What do you think the next 100 years of art & design education should look like, and what have you taught/speculated on that you would like to share? Read on for more details and be in touch if you have any questions. This year’s awesome keynote speakers are Leah Gilliam and Zach Lieberman! Please be in touch if you have any questions. Warm regards, Cynthia Lawson
Symposium Dates: Ongoing to 1 January 2019 Organized by: Leonardo Journal Publication: Leonardo Scope — In 2017 Leonardo celebrated 50 years of publishing work and research at the intersection of art, science and technology. As part of the celebrations, we are initiating a 3-year symposium that will address issues surrounding the development of the PhD in Art and Design. Today, universities around the world are debating this issue. While the MFA is a terminal degree for professional practice, the PhD is a research degree—the doctor of philosophy. The debate began in the U.K. when
Call for Papers: “MADE IN NEW YORK” The Twenty-Seventh Annual Parsons/Cooper Hewitt Graduate Student Symposium on the History of Design Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum, New York. April 26 and 27, 2018. >>DEADLINE EXTENDED TO FEBRUARY 26, 2018<< A unique confluence of circumstances made New York City both a chief entrepot of early America and something of a cultural anomaly in the country. More diverse than many other American cities, even in the 18th century, a major center of immigration, more highly urbanized, and more open to social experimentation tha