• I just wanted to congratulate you on a fantastic conference this weekend. I learned a ton and met some incredible people that I hope to stay in touch with. There were times where I felt like I found my "tribe"–people who didn't even blink when I listed computer science, music and developmental psychology as my fields of study.  
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Analogous Thinking in the Arts and Sciences

  • September 10, 2013
  • By a2ru      
This interdisciplinary course unites students and faculty from the arts and sciences.


 

This interdisciplinary course at the University of Florida unites students and faculty from the arts and sciences to explore how to introduce concepts, processes and knowledge from the sciences and apply them to the creation of art, and how one can introduce concepts, processes and knowledge form the arts and apply them to scientific research. Broken into two portions – a seminar and a studiolab – this course includes a series of talks by visiting scholars that specialize in merging science and art as well as readings, as well as a series of activities like workshops, collaborative projects, presentations and critique sessions.

Analogous Thinking in the Arts and Sciences Syllabus