Tuesday, 14 May 2019

Fwd: Join us! FREE event 10 July: UAL Teaching Platform: Networked Making - new modes of learning

Wed 10 July
09.30am – 4.30pm
Camberwell College of Arts, Peckham Road SE5 8UF
Join us to discover and explore the potential of networked making through collaboration, discussion and, of course, making.
All making requires tools, both material and conceptual. Successful networked making - the building of a creative, connected practice within the contemporary information ecosystem - demands digital tools and platforms, but also conceptual tools.  

In this online workshop, UAL's first online Visiting Fellow Dr Bonnie Stewart and Daniel Lynds will examine how the concepts of power, inclusion, and presence operate in networked spaces, and how strategic networked making can enhance practice and support a stronger societal fabric at the same time.

If you can't make it to Camberwell for this session you can still sign up to participate virtually through our online classroom.

Who should attend?
This event is for tutors and leaders in art and design or the wider sector who have an interest in digital pedagogies and networked making.
This event is free. Lunch is included.
Book your place today! (Form at the bottom of the page).
We look forward to seeing you in July.


This event is part of a series hosted by University of the Arts London, exploring key issues in art and design teaching and learning in higher education. Each event includes leading speakers sharing current thinking in creative education and is designed to be interactive: delegates will have opportunities to engage in activities to support networking and engagement. 
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