Kathryn Evans, Roger Malina and Eun Ah Lee of the ArtSciLab at The University of Texas at Dallas (UTD) are announcing the launch of CDASH 2.0, a new website for curriculum in the Arts, Sciences, and Humanities.
The CDASH project is interested in the collection of a broad range of curriculum that combines the performing and visual arts (music, dance, theatre, film, visual arts and new media) and the sciences. Of most particular interest are curriculum submissions of in-person, on-line and hybrid blended courses taught during formal graduate, undergraduate, primary/secondary and informal education.
This new website allows teachers and professors to easily enter the details of their course(s). Users must register and create a login before submitting a course and those who submit syllabi will gain entry to the Cloud Curriculum, where they have access to view/download other syllabi, find resources, and participate in on-line discussions and projects.
Please submit your course today!
For more information, contact us at email@example.com.
Our international collaborators are Robert Root-Bernstein (Univ. of Michigan, USA), Paul Thomas (Univ. of New South Wales, Australia), Annick Bureaud (OLATS, France), Lucinda Presley (Innovation Collaborative, USA), Meredith Tromble (San Francisco Art Institute, USA), Julia Buntaine (Rutgers Univ and Exec. Ed., ScuArt Magazine, USA), Jane Prophet ( Univ. of London, UK), Laurie Baefsky (Exec. Editor, A2RU, Univ. of Michigan, USA), Joao Silveira (Univ. Fed. do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil), Alex Garcia-Topete (UTD, USA and Mexico), Yvan Tina (UTD, USA and France), and Sharath Chandra Ram (UTD, USA and Bangalore).
This project is co-sponsored by The ArtSciLab at the University of Texas at Dallas (UTD), the UTD School of Arts, Technology, and Emerging Communication, and The UTD Center for Teaching and Learning.
… a party at the Malina’s this Sunday, April 15th in Dallas, Texas in celebration of Yuri’s Night! Feel free to stop by anytime from 2pm to midnight and if you are interested in coming or know of any others who would be, please email firstname.lastname@example.org for an official invite. We hope to see you there!
Welcome to the UTD ATEC & EMAC Art-Science Lab
The UT Dallas ATEC & EMAC Art-Science Lab carries out research and development that
requires collaboration between artists and scientists, applied to problems of societal
urgency and cultural timeliness.
Through our projects, we seek to develop multiple applications, in a studio-lab approach, including the creation of artworks, scientific research, technology development and educational innovation.
We carry out our projects through trans-disciplinary, national and international partnerships and collaborations.