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UAL Teaching Platform: Networked Studio Practice

Event date
10 July 2019 (9.30am to 4.30pm)
Status
Open
UAL Teaching Platform: Networked Studio Practice
The ‘studio’ in contemporary art and design practice and education is place, pedagogy and disposition. It is a location for networked practices, supporting connections between students, tutors, processes and ideas. The contemporary studio intersects with wider networks, coalescing with the digital environment via connected devices. For some, the digital has become the primary location of ‘studio’, collapsing geography and enabling broader collaborations.
 
This UAL Platform event will evaluate networked studio practices across digital and physical boundaries. We will explore the studio approach in supporting collaborative interdisciplinarity and the importance of reflection and knowing ‘in action’ off and online.
 

UAL TEACHING PLATFORM SERIES

This event is part of a series hosted by University of the Arts London, exploring key issues in art and design teaching and learning in higher education. Each event includes leading speakers sharing current thinking in creative education and is designed to be interactive: delegates will have opportunities to engage in activities to support networking and engagement. 
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