Conferences & Symposia
Digital Fabrication Symposium "Humanizing the Digital"
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Posted by: Texas Woman's University
Deadline: Fri, March 23rd, 2018
Texas Woman’s University
April 20-21, 2018
The 2018 North Texas Digital Fabrication Symposium will be hosted at Texas Woman’s University April 20th-21st, 2018. Artists, researchers, makers and students will come together to discuss digital fabrication, its practice, pedagogy and curation. The theme Humanizing the Digital inspired fascinating proposals from artists and researchers working with digital fabrication in a variety of applications.
Symposium events will include panel discussions with 5-6 panelists organized around three subthemes: Embodiment & Technology, Adaptation & Play, and Process & Practice. Six workshops, scheduled each afternoon of the symposium, give participants opportunites for hands-on application and learning with digital fabrication tools, processes, and related ideas.
TWU will also host a corresponding Digital Fabrication Exhibition including works by some of the artists and presenters from the symposium. The artworks represent a broad spectrum of practice within the wide world of digital fabrication applications: physical, speculative and functional. And there is also a call for entries for a student show (link).
Earlybird Registration (3/2) $35 or $5 for students.
Regular Registration (3/23) $45 or $10 for students.
Please visit the website to read more and for a registation link: https://twu.edu/visual-arts/ntdfg/
Or contact Colby Parsons: email@example.com
Posted on Tue, February 27th, 2018
Expires on Fri, March 23rd, 2018
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