Professors Iris Meier and Amy Youngs will co-teach an interdisciplinary Art and Science course in Autumn 2021. We will do science experiments and art projects which culminate in a collaboratively designed and built art installation. Example artwork from past classes: Unbecoming Carbon: traveling in intercellular space and Where Rocks are Fed to Trees.
We welcome interested graduate students and advanced undergraduate students from any discipline. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Exciting news! Art & Tech will offer a class in Graphic Novels and Web Comics in Spring 2021. Taught by Mitch Vicieux as a distance learning class.
Dalena Tran and Hirad Sab have designed a new Art & Technology topics class for Spring 2021. Sound and Image is related to their artistic practices and relevant for artists working in film, video art, music videos, live performances and video games.
Professor Amy Youngs will teach this special topics course on Eco Art in Autumn 2020. Art 5001 is appropriate for graduate and advanced undergraduate students. Please contact me with questions.
Professors Iris Meier and Amy Youngs will co-teach an Art Science course. Designed to be interdisciplinary between art and science, we welcome graduate students and advanced undergraduate students from the sciences and the arts. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Professor Isla Hansen will teach a new course this summer called Media In Motion: Exploring cause and effect in animation, sculpture, and interactive experiences
Advanced Computing Center for the Arts and Design, The Ohio State University
May short term, 2017
M/W/F – 12:00 – 4:00pm
(T/TH – optional open lab time 12-4pm)
Location: ACCAD and Hopkins 171
Announcing a new special topics course for Fall 2017
This Art/Science studio course will explore connections between micro and macro, plants and humans, local and global, anthropocentric and ecocentric. Co-taught by Molecular Genetics professor Iris Meier and Art professor Amy Youngs, students will learn to apply both scientific and artistic methods to creative projects. Working individually and collaboratively, we will do experiments in the lab and art studios, creating works that explore • climate stress & adaptation • biotech / bioart • constructed ecosystems • biomimicry • hypernature • symbiosis.
All forms of art making welcome in this class. While we will be discussing, reading, and experimenting with molecules, plants and eco-aesthetics, students can chose to work in media appropriate to their creative skill sets. Ideal for graduate students, and advanced undergraduates in studio-based or lab-based disciplines such as Art, Biology, Science, Design, Music and Architecture.
email Amy firstname.lastname@example.org or Iris email@example.com for permission to enroll