Remaking Research Symposium - November 1 – 3, 2012

In a broad sense, agendas for research development are often shaped by political and economic forces external to art and design institutions. Criticisms of the arts and humanities, policies geared toward economic development, and evaluations based on the instrumental value of research create familiar tensions and fault lines within our faculties and research communities. We are interested in investigating both the present state and the future possibilities of this political–economic landscape with a focus on its implications for the advocacy and funding of research in art and design.

- Reflections on Memory Marathon, Simon Pope, University of Oxford
- Darwin, Justin Novak, Emily Carr University of Art + Design
- The Evolution of Silence, Rachele Riley, The University of the Arts, Philadelphia
- National Security Garden, Shannon McMullen and Fabian Winkler, Purdue University, Art and Design
- Building Narratives: Installations for Transitional Space, Maria McVarish, California College of the Arts

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Remaking Research Symposium - November 1 – 3, 2012

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Hosted by Emily Carr University of Art + Design and the Association of Independent Colleges of Art and Design, Remaking Research is a “working symposium” centred on the pragmatics and possibilities of creative…


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Visit the website at aicad.ecuad.ca/

Hosted by Emily Carr University of Art + Design and the Association of Independent Colleges of Art and Design, Remaking Research is a “working symposium” centred on the pragmatics and possibilities of creative practice as research, both within art and design institutions and in the context of interdisciplinary, inter–institutional, and partnered relations.

Investigating the philosophical provocations provided by human–centered, expressive and experimental approaches to knowledge formation and critical inquiry, this gathering will be centred around a series of primary themes and workshops, with the intent of sharing existing knowledge, showcasing new projects and contemporary methodologies, and addressing practical and ethical concerns involved in building successful research partnerships.

Themes
The Production of Knowledge in Art and Design - aicad.ecuad.ca/project/the-production-of-knowledge-in-art-and-design

The Political Economies of Art and Design Research
 - aicad.ecuad.ca/project/the-political-economies-of-research
Networked and Partnered Research Practice - aicad.ecuad.ca/project/networked-and-partnered-research-practice

Emily Carr gratefully acknowledges the support of the Association of Independent Colleges of Art and Design, the Canada Council for the Arts, the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, and GRAND.

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