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ART AND SCIENCE CLOUD CURRICULUM
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Stephen Wilson states
What must artists do differently than they always have done to prepare to participate in the world of research? They must broaden their definitions of art materials and contexts. They must become curious about scientific and technological research and acquire the skills and knowledge that will allow them to significantly participate in these worlds. They must expand conceptual notions of what constitutes an artistic education, develop the ability to penetrate beneath the surface of techno–scientific presentations to think about unexplored research directions, unanticipated implications and learn about the information sources used by scientists and engineers to engage with emerging fields, including academic and professional journals, trade shows, academic meetings, Internet resources and equipment supply sources. (Wilson 2001 p 39)

Wilson, S. (2001). Information Arts: Intersections of Art, Science, and Technology, MIT Press/Leonardo Books.



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