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Symposium Art and Innovation: The Future of Interdisciplinarity

Join us  Wednesday 19 March for a lively afternoon of connecting art practice to innovation, and probing the future of interdisciplinarity. ‘Art and Innovation: The Future of Interdisciplinarity’ is an initiative of The Netherlands Study Centre for Technology Trends (STT) and Het Nieuwe Insitituut.

For STT, March 19 marks the end of the foresight study in which new relations between art, science and technology were explored. Het Nieuwe Instituut will adopt the findings of these explorations, and will apply them in the development of their practice-based researches.

During Art and Innovation: The Future of Interdisciplinarity we will discuss the findings of the STT foresight study, reflect on interdisciplinary, ‘designerly’ approaches to social problems and engage in a debate on the relation between art and innovation.

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What: The Future of Interdisciplinarity
When: Wednesday, March 19 (13.30 -17.00h + drinks)
Where: Het Nieuwe Instituut, Museumpark 25, Rotterdam
Who: for more information contact Annette Potting (potting@stt.nl)

What else: free admittance (registration required), language English

Seats are limited! Please register here for participation and you will receive updates on the programme. The event programme will follow shortly.


AR[t] magazine issue 3 online

The third issue of AR[t] is online now! A limited number of hardcopies of the magazine are available as well. This issue offers a wide range of articles discussing the possibilities, and even some drawbacks of AR. We hope this new issue will inspire our readers. In the second issue we already discussed our new AR headset Marty, but we would like to do more: very soon, you can download the blueprint of the headset, via the Downloads tab in the menu bar above, so you can have it printed out on a 3D printer!

Keep an eye out for our Call for Contributions for the fourth issue of AR[t], should you like to contribute!

– See more at: http://www.arlab.nl/media/art-magazine-issue-3-online#sthash.9xeNCK95.dpuf

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