Multi-Disciplinary Collaboration in Education

Tuesday, 23 July 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM
Session Chair: Glenn Goldman, New Jersey Institute of Technology

Exploring the Intersection of Art, Music, and Technology

Results of a collaborative learning experience between students from the visual arts and computing sciences that explores the intersection of art, music, and interactive technology.

Susan Lakin
Rochester Institute of Technology

Joe Geigel
Rochester Institute of Technology

Arts/Tech Collaboration With Embedded Systems and Kinetic Art

A cross-disciplinary collaborative course and curriculum that teams computer science students with art students to engage in joint engineering design and creative studio projects that involve embedded computing and kinetic artworks.

Erik Brunvand
University of Utah

Creating a Nimble New Curriculum for Digital Media Artists

A framework for immersive learning and new approaches to curriculum design that allow digital-media artists to collaborate on interdisciplinary media arts or design projects within virtual environments while pursuing individualized degrees.

Nicola Marae Allain
SUNY Empire State College

Best Practices in Short Animation Production in Private/Public Partnerships: An Agile Approach

Seneca College introduces its approach to facilitating production partnerships among education, industry, and government that has led to several successful high-profile short animated films such as "Ryan" (National Film Board of Canada, 2005), using as an example "Subconscious Password" (National Film Board of Canada, 2013), the latest film by director Chris Landreth.

Mark Jones
Seneca College of Applied Arts and Technology

Sean Craig
Seneca College of Applied Arts and Technology