Monthly Archives: May 2012

studies in material thinking

Volume 8 – Experimental Arts The term “Experimental Arts” designates a field of research and practice characterised by innovative transdisciplinary thinking, boundary crossing and collaborative investigation. This issue of SMT profiles a range of creative projects in this field, along with analysis of experimental arts as a site of discovery, generating insights and practical strategies in relation to current technological, social and environmental issues. Edited by Jill Bennett, Ross Harley, Douglas Kahn and Paul Thomas of the National Institute for Experimental Arts, College of Fine Arts, University of New South Wales in association with Nancy de Freitas, School of Art […]

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curator of global Indigenous art

The Spencer Museum of Art seeks an innovative, team-oriented, and highly motivated Curator of Global Indigenous Art. The Spencer Museum of Art (SMA) forms a vital part of academic life at the University of Kansas (KU). The Museum supports research and promotes education across the arts, humanities, social and natural sciences through the growth and preservation of its collections, the development of a community of scholars, publications and creative presentations as well as the display and interpretation of its extraordinary resources to the public. CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION

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