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SmART Futures Exhibit
SmART FUTURES EXHIBITION is a virtual multi-media art and technology exhibition-turned Zine created in collaboration with the Crafting Change Symposium. The Zine brings artists, makers, and hybrid technologists from near and far to explore a wide variety of art using technology as a primary media. Offering not only provocations about the processes, materials, and communities forming around these technologies, this exhibit helps to demystify the artistic/maker experience of digital fabrication tools, and how those tools can apply to an artist, maker or educator's work. These timely examples of artistic expression also will reveal the entanglement of social, environmental, technological, economic, and digital fabrication processes in the world of art/making today. This exciting new programming has been developed and implemented by the LCCC’s Campana Center’s Future Artist Lab in collaboration with Oberlin College’s Center for Convergence, with support from the Cleveland Institute of Art and Cleveland’s Artists Archives of the Western Reserve.

PRESENTERS:

Matthew Hollern is Professor and Chair of Jewelry + Metals at the Cleveland Institute of Art

Gregory Little is an artist, teacher, and writer and is associate professor of digital arts at Lorain County Community College.

Kelly Pontoni is a printmaker, painter, and creator of artist books.

Asha Tamirisa [she/her/hers] works with sound, video, film, and researches media histories and is currently an Assistant Professor at Bates College.

Moderated by Joan Perch, Program Developer and Outreach Coordinator at Patsie C. and Dolores Jenee Campana Center for Ideation & Invention at Lorain County Community College

Jun 11, 2021 07:30 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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