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Presentation

Faculty Biennial Forum: David Ly

GuttaSoundz, Footwork, and living your Theory of Change
Presentation:
Friday, October 14
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12:00-1:00 p.m.

David Ly is a DJ, Producer and member of the Minnesota Footwork label GuttaSoundz, founded by DJ 2tall (Don Oden) and Deejay YB (Donja Warren). In this talk, GuttaSoundz will discuss the origins of the label, its relationship to the Chicago Footwork culture, and their relationship as label members. A sonic exploration into the tracks that most influenced their creative practice will be embedded throughout the discussion.

Faculty Biennial Forum: David Ly

GuttaSoundz, Footwork, and living your Theory of Change
Presentation:
Friday, October 14
Add to Calendar

12:00-1:00 p.m.

David Ly is a DJ, Producer and member of the Minnesota Footwork label GuttaSoundz, founded by DJ 2tall (Don Oden) and Deejay YB (Donja Warren). In this talk, GuttaSoundz will discuss the origins of the label, its relationship to the Chicago Footwork culture, and their relationship as label members. A sonic exploration into the tracks that most influenced their creative practice will be embedded throughout the discussion.

Faculty Biennial Forum: David Ly

GuttaSoundz, Footwork, and living your Theory of Change
Presentation:
Friday, October 14
Add to Calendar

12:00-1:00 p.m.

David Ly is a DJ, Producer and member of the Minnesota Footwork label GuttaSoundz, founded by DJ 2tall (Don Oden) and Deejay YB (Donja Warren). In this talk, GuttaSoundz will discuss the origins of the label, its relationship to the Chicago Footwork culture, and their relationship as label members. A sonic exploration into the tracks that most influenced their creative practice will be embedded throughout the discussion.

Faculty Biennial Forum: Ed Charbonneau

A New Canon: The Color Theorists, Mary Gartside and Emily Noyes Vanderpoel
Presentation:
Wednesday, October 12
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12:00-1:00 p.m.

A brief overview of the work of Mary Gartside, who lived in England from 1755-1819, and Emily Noyes Vanderpoel, who lived in the United States from 1842-1939. Each wrote treatises on color theory, and published at pivotal times in Western history. The presentation will place their work and publications within historical contexts so as to examine how their inclusion (and by extension, additional underrepresented color theorists and practitioners) may help us to understand how we may expand our contemporary understandings of color usage in all creative visual fields.

Faculty Biennial Forum: Ed Charbonneau

A New Canon: The Color Theorists, Mary Gartside and Emily Noyes Vanderpoel
Presentation:
Wednesday, October 12
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12:00-1:00 p.m.

A brief overview of the work of Mary Gartside, who lived in England from 1755-1819, and Emily Noyes Vanderpoel, who lived in the United States from 1842-1939. Each wrote treatises on color theory, and published at pivotal times in Western history. The presentation will place their work and publications within historical contexts so as to examine how their inclusion (and by extension, additional underrepresented color theorists and practitioners) may help us to understand how we may expand our contemporary understandings of color usage in all creative visual fields.

Faculty Biennial Forum: Ed Charbonneau

A New Canon: The Color Theorists, Mary Gartside and Emily Noyes Vanderpoel
Presentation:
Wednesday, October 12
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12:00-1:00 p.m.

A brief overview of the work of Mary Gartside, who lived in England from 1755-1819, and Emily Noyes Vanderpoel, who lived in the United States from 1842-1939. Each wrote treatises on color theory, and published at pivotal times in Western history. The presentation will place their work and publications within historical contexts so as to examine how their inclusion (and by extension, additional underrepresented color theorists and practitioners) may help us to understand how we may expand our contemporary understandings of color usage in all creative visual fields.

Faculty Biennial Forum: Arlene Birt

Co-Design with ClimateScientists: The process of creating visuals in the UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change
Presentation:
Monday, October 10
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12:00-1:00 p.m.

The reports produced by the UN’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) are collaboratively authored by hundreds of climate scientists around the world, who assess thousands of scientific literature about climate change. These reports are reviewed, collaboratively edited, and adopted by 195 governments before they are published. This may be one of the most intensive examples of co-design that exists at the global level.

Faculty Biennial Forum: Arlene Birt

Co-Design with ClimateScientists: The process of creating visuals in the UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change
Presentation:
Monday, October 10
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12:00-1:00 p.m.

The reports produced by the UN’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) are collaboratively authored by hundreds of climate scientists around the world, who assess thousands of scientific literature about climate change. These reports are reviewed, collaboratively edited, and adopted by 195 governments before they are published. This may be one of the most intensive examples of co-design that exists at the global level.

Faculty Biennial Forum: Arlene Birt

Co-Design with ClimateScientists: The process of creating visuals in the UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change
Presentation:
Monday, October 10
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12:00-1:00 p.m.

The reports produced by the UN’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) are collaboratively authored by hundreds of climate scientists around the world, who assess thousands of scientific literature about climate change. These reports are reviewed, collaboratively edited, and adopted by 195 governments before they are published. This may be one of the most intensive examples of co-design that exists at the global level.

Faculty Biennial Forum: Jessica M. Dandona

Dissecting Venus: Popular Consumption of Flap Anatomies, 1890–1910
Presentation:
Thursday, September 29
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12:00-1:00 p.m.

At the end of the 19th century, increasing access to reproductive technologies such as color lithography and halftone printing was quickly transforming medicine into a profoundly visual profession. Yet these advances also made anatomical and medical literature available to a wider audience than ever before, facilitating the rapid circulation of knowledge, text, and image between the professional and private spheres. 

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