Technology and the Arts seeks to explore the connections between technology and art, and to establish a forum for discussing the impact technology has made on the human creative process and on literature, music, and the visual and interactive arts.
2014 Schedule & Show Topics
|Live Webcast Date (10 p.m. ET)||
||Audio Podcast Posting Date|
|9/8/2014||Cord-cutting…a discussion on alternatives to cable television, including streaming media services and devices, such as Chromecast.||9/12/2014|
|9/15/2014||Art as community service…a look at how art and technology can bring communities together through libraries, co-teaching/co-working opportunities, and events like the popular Art All Night in Trenton, N.J.||9/19/2014|
|9/22/2014||Technology as creative influence…a talk on how the need for features in creative applications influences and community development as well as how technology can directly inspire creation of artistic works.||9/26/2014|
|9/29/2014||Science as muse…with a nod to our first episode in 2006, this discussion will focus on the influences and roles science and technology have on artistic works.||10/3/2014|
|10/6/2014||The global gallery…a look at the various ways technology and digital media platforms allow for the global sharing of creative works.||10/10/2014|
|10/13/2014||Art as sport…a talk about the competitive aspects of art.||10/17/2014|
|10/20/2014||Media for the masses…a discussion on the factors that determine the mass adoption of media devices and technologies.||10/24/2014|
|10/27/2014||STEAM vs STEM…does an artistic element belong in a science, technology, education and mathematics curriculum?||10/31/2014|
|11/3/2014||Transformation from text to visual and transliteracy, illustrating Fireworks text vs. drawing vs. photo vs. 3D vs. video.||11/7/2014|
|11/10/2014||The “greening” of art through technology and the pursuit of environmentally responsible, sustainable artistic endeavors.||11/14/2014|
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“Theme from Technology & the Arts 2008” – written, arranged, performed and recorded by Brian Kelley. © 2008 Brian J. Kelley. All rights reserved.