"What You See is What You Get: Vision, Knowledge, and Technology Across the Disciplines""What You See is What You Get: Vision, Knowledge, and Technology Across the Disciplines"http://www.haverford.edu/calendar/details/229522DC Bryn Mawr Room2013-04-03T19:00:002013-04-03T22:00:00
April 3, 7:00PM–10:00PM
DC Bryn Mawr Room
Dinner Conversation IV
Faculty, students, and staff are invited to gather for this fourth and final dinner conversation in the 2012/3 series What You See is What You Get: Vision, Knowledge & Technology Across the Disciplines. Our previous discussions have explored visual studies at Haverford as it might enliven the following themes: Social Documentation, Text & Image, Data
Visualization, Arts & Media, and Display & Exhibition. We’ve asked: what do you need to know or be able to do to be an educated person in relation to these themes, and what adjacencies, technologies, and spaces would enable this educated person to thrive? This fourth conversation will bring these themes and questions to the ambitious, long-term strategic planning currently underway at the college: the Task Force on Academic Enrichment is now studying new curricular models and interdisciplinary configurations, while the Academic Spaces Planning Committee is studying the renovation and expansion of facilities and resources. How should the work of the Task Force and the Spaces Committee engage with visual studies: new faculty, new courses, new equipment, new spaces for work?
Join us for dinner! RSVP to Emily Cronin.
This event is part of What You See is What You Get: Vision, Knowledge & Technology Across the Disciplines. Convened by Vicky Funari, Maris Gillette, and John Muse, with the support of the Haverford College Libraries, the Hurford Center for the Arts and Humanities, and the Provost’s Office.
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