Jordan Mainser 2013 Art + Twitter = Chinese Democracy, DRA. Read it here.
2012 Entries for The Oxford Companion to Archaeology, Oxford University Press, Oxford.
Thursday, May 17, 2012 Today I will be speaking at the the Fudan University’s School of Journalism in Shanghai hosted by Prof. Lu Xinyu, the Director of the Broadcast and Television Department. Topic: Timely Transgressions: Contemporary Art and Contemporary Heritage In my research and practice, I seek to reframe understandings of cultural heritage as a contemporary creative process. […]
Wednesday, May 16, 2012 Today I will be speaking at the the East China University of Political Science and Law and meeting with Prof. Fan Yuji, Dean of the Humanity School, Prof. Qian Wei, course leader of B.A in Cultural Industry, Prof. Chao Liming, course leader of B.A in Journalism. Topic: Timely Transgressions: Contemporary Art and Contemporary […]
Tuesday, May 15, 2012 Today I will be speaking at the University of Shanghai for Science and Technology as a guest of artist Jin Shan who teaches there.
3:30pm, Saturday, May 12, 2012 Today I will be speaking at the Chinese University of Hong Kong as a guest of Oscar Ho and the Department of Cultural and Religious Studies. The topic is: Timely Transgressions: Contemporary Art and Contemporary Heritage In my research and practice, I seek to reframe understandings of cultural heritage as […]
Please join us tonight (Friday, April 13th) at 5:30pm at List Art Center Auditorium, for an evening lecture by Doug Elliott, naturalist, herbalist, and nationally recognized storyteller. Mr Elliott will present “Rewilding, Weeds, and Woodlands Wisdom: Living off the land in a changing world,” on the occasion of the exhibition A Natural Order by Lucas Foglia, curated […]
Please join us tonight (Monday, April 9th) at 5:30pm at the Martinos Auditorium of the Granoff Center for the Creative Arts, for an evening lecture by Will Allen, CEO of Growing Power and MacArthur Foundation Grant Recipient. Mr Allen will be speaking on the topic of “A Good Food Revolution,” on the occasion of the […]
Any words I might offer would only diminish how amazing this tradition is… From Matthew Allard: Japan has always been on the forefront of cutting edge robotics. Its roots can be traced back 200-300 years during the Edo period when skilled craftsmen created automata (self-operating machines). Using nothing more than pulleys and weights they were […]
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