Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 15, No. 409.
Centre for Computing in the Humanities, King's College London
Date: Mon, 10 Dec 2001 07:37:47 +0000
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December 9, 2002
Columbia University Announces:
Critical Issues in Arts and Technology for Arts Managers
AN EXTENDED DISCUSSION ON ART, ARTISTS AND TECHNOLOGY
June 6-7 and 13-15, 2002: Teachers College, Columbia University
From the web site:
This newest course offering of the Program in Arts Administration, Critical
Issues in Arts and Technology for Arts Managers will examine critical
issues in the continuing use of technology in the arts for arts managers.
It will combine relevant intellectual exploration of educational and
artistic issues with a focus on practical concerns such as content,
protection, function and delivery of technological methods and innovations
in the arts with particular emphasis on their effect and demands on arts
managers. The purpose of the course is to expand creative thinking for
actual and aspiring practitioners in the arts. It will examine some of the
conceptual thinking in the area, practical tools, form vs. function,
communication and educational challenges, dilemmas and potential.
Technology will include the Internet, audio delivery, interactive
technology, email, and television.
Scholars and artists in music, art, dance, literature and theatre will
present current thinking about the transmission of existing art work,
translation of an art work into an electronic form, creation of work
as/with/for technology, display of such work, interaction, effect on
audiences, on learners and on communities. Professional arts organizations
and artists will demonstrate cutting edge work in music, art, dance,
theatre and literature using technology which serves a variety of
functions-education, outreach, creating new audiences, creating new art,
gentrifying neighborhoods, plugging artists more directly into the labor force.
These will be followed by participatory work in which the audience is given
a series of thematic questions and issues, adds more issues of its own, and
breaks into facilitated small group discussion. These discussions, and the
rest of the course, will be documented and will promote the model of
participatory online learning for which this is a prototype in arts
Maxwell Anderson Director of the Whitney Museum of American Art
Benjamin Barber Professor of Civil Society at the University of Maryland
Steven Dietz Curator of New Media at the Walker Art Center
Cheryl Faver (Co- Director) Founder, The Gertrude Stein Repertory Theatre
Thomas J. Gulick Executive Director of Development and Marketing for the
San Francisco Opera.
Karin Olander Heck heads Coach's e-commerce channel, Coach.com.
I. Fred Koenigsberg partner in the law firm of White & Case, LLP.
Barbara London Curator Museum of Modern Art
Zoe Melendez is Project Development Manager for Vulcan, Inc
Theresa Perrone is a Senior Project Manager with Craver, Mathews, Smith &
David R. White Executive Director and Producer Dance Theater Workshop
Pinchas ZukermanViolinist; Artistic Director, Pinchas Zukerman Performance
Program Studies: The Juilliard School.
Before May, 1.
Module I - $450
Module II - $650
Modules I and II - $1000
After May, 1.
Module I - $500
Module II - $700
Modules I and II - $1075
All modules available for 3 credits at $785 per credit
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