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Join us for our next CultureNet program information night and visit our beautiful North Vancouver campus.
Thursday, March 27th
CultureNet Program Information Night
7:00 – 8:00p.m.
Guest Speaker: Sandra Seekins, Art History
Capilano College, North Vancouver campus Library building, room 194
Sandra Seekins mini-lecture takes up Bio-Art and Bio-Artists. She asks what does it mean for the definition of “art” and “artist” if living tissues and biotechnologies become the raw materials and creative techniques of contemporary artists? What are the ethical dilemmas they face? How does it change the dynamic of “collaboration”?
CultureNet Friday Seminars – Birch 125
Friday, March 28th – Jim Andrews – 11:00am – 12:20pm
Digital literature, electronic poetry, critical essays, reviews . . . Jim Andrews will be discussing his growing body of work – years in the making – in our final CultureNet Seminar of the Spring 08 Term. For a preview of Jim’s work explore VISPO
This event is open to all Capilano College students, faculty and staff.
For more information contact Aurelea Mahood at email@example.com
What do CultureNet faculty have to say about Artifice and Intelligence?
Come find out at the Thursday, May 17th launch party and reception for TCR 2.50 “Artifice & Intelligence” guest edited by Andrew Klobucar (faculty).
Food, drinks, DJ at 7:30pm
Panel discussion at 8:00pm
Panel discussion on Technology and Aesthetics features Jim Andrews, Kate Armstrong, David Jhave, Laura Marks, Sandra Seekins (faculty) and Darren Wershler-Henry.
Intersections Digital Studios
Emily Carr Institute of Art + Design
1399 Johnstone Street, Granville Island
This event is supported by the Canada Council for the Arts, Capilano College, The Capilano Review, Upgrade!Vancouver and Emily Carr Institute for Art and Design.
Darren Wershler-Henry appears courtesy of Capilano College’s Open Text reading series.
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When? Wednesday, February 28th @ 7pm
Sandra Seekins is giving prospective CultureNet students a taste of the program art history-style when she gives a talk on contemporary art and techonology at this Wednesday’s CultureNet Program Information Night at the North Vancouver campus of Capilano College.
Sandra’s talk will be followed by an overview of the program and future academic/career options for program graduates.
For more information on CultureNet, fill out the Request for Information form or contact Aurelea Mahood by email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or telephone (604.986.191 ext 3469).
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