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NEW CENTER AT UCSD WILL STUDY IMAGINATION By Gary Robbins Originally published June 12, 2012 at 12:01 a.m., updated June 11, 2012 at 8:49 p.m.
Through it all, the exhibition shows artists striving to articulate their wants, needs, and desires, in an increasingly material world.
IS&T Award Presentation and Lecture Sheldon Brown, Director of the Center for Research in Computing and the Arts, UCSD Wondering and Becoming: Imaging and Imagination as Guides to Discovery
Now, the photographer Ivonne Venegas (twin sister of singer Julieta Venegas) looks to publish 'INÉDITO' ('UNRELEASED') a photography book that portrays moments not known of the group, recording
Simon is showing his photographs of neoclassical bank buildings that have been repurposed by high-end retail companies, and a series of books he created commemorating the demise of the much-love
As We Move, So You Think (working title) Presented by Montalvo Arts Center (ZERO BIENNIAL)
Sheryl Oring to Stimulate Dialogue at Lindbergh Field By Matt Potter (San Diego Reader)
Visualizing.org will be featuring visualizations of Impressionist artists created by undergraduate artist Megan O’Rourke in Professor Lev Manovich's Data Visualization and Computational Art Hist
Steven Rubin hitchhiked around Maine with very little money and a camera, making his way inland from the scenic coastline.
April 16, 2012 By Inga Kiderra and Paul Mueller UC San Diego, Clarke Foundation Collaborate to Create Arthur C. Clarke Center for Human Imagination