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RUTGERS–CAMDEN PRESENTS:

 

SkypeOnArt/SkypeOnSustainability – Spring 2017

 

Rutgers–Camden will become the central hub for interactive, online conversations with nationally and internationally renowned artists, as it presents “SkypeOnArt/SkypeOnSustainability” this spring.  This semester’s lineup includes discussions about sustainability as it relates to eco art, public art, community art, and Camden, NJ. The talks give members of the Rutgers–Camden community an unparalleled opportunity to talk intimately with some of the world’s most innovative art makers. Artists who are luminaries in their fields share with us images or video shorts of their work and answer questions. The great thing about the SkypeOnArt lecture series is that the audience really gets an opportunity to direct the discussion.

All talks will take place in the Digital Studies Lab, Fine Arts Building Room 215.

Everyone is invited! Feel free to bring your lunch!

All talks are free and open to the public.

 

April 26th – Amanda Ravenhill – 9:00AM

Amanda Ravenhill, Executive Director of The Buckminster Fuller Institute (BFI) will present the Fuller Challenge and a new student version of the Fuller Challenge. Called “Socially-Responsible Design’s Highest Award,” this award has defined an emerging field of practice: the whole systems approach to understanding and intervening in complex and interrelated crises for wide-scale social and environmental impact. The Fuller Challenge attracts bold, visionary, tangible art, design and scientific initiatives focused on a well-defined need of critical importance. Winning solutions are regionally specific yet globally applicable and present a truly comprehensive, anticipatory, integrated approach to solving the world’s complex problems. Come see how to apply for the Student Fuller Challenge Award and prepare to be impressed! More information on BFI and the BFI Challenge Award can be found at: http://www.bfi.org

Date & Time
April 26, 2017
9:00 am-10:00 am

Location
Fine Arts Complex
314 Linden St.
Camden, NJ

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