Submit proposals for Coding Design/Designing Code symposium by Jan. 15
The deadline to submit proposals for the “Coding Design/Designing Code” symposium has been extended to Monday, Jan. 15. This a three-day symposium — sponsored by the Center for Excellence in the Arts and Humanities and the Departments of Community and Regional Planning, Graphic Design, Industrial Design and Landscape Architecture — will feature workshops, presentations, exhibitions and performances bringing together designers, artists, researchers and scientists to answer two fundamental questions:
- WHAT: Designing Code. What computer programs, algorithms or approaches are transforming the created product within and across disciplines?
- HOW: Coding Design. How is the creative process captured and/or cultivated with a computer program?
Organized by Assistant Professors Caroline Westort, landscape architecture, and Alex Braidwood, graphic design, and supported by a CEAH Symposium Grant, the symposium is scheduled March 7-9, 2018. Details on the symposium theme, format and submission process are online.
January 5, 2018 4:55 pm