Between Worlds: How do we learn Art & Design in the Digital Age?
Organized by our partners and fellow colleagues in the Art & Design Teaching Center at Bezalel Academy of Art and Design Jerusalem, Between Worlds was a day-long learning event that explored new methods of teaching art and design in today's hybrid and digital world.
The day consisted of four workshops that highlighted this topic:
- Code Without Code, led by representatives from MIT Media Lab
- Decode, translate, construct, led by representatives from Free University of Bozen-Bolzano
- Dark Matter: The physics of independent study, led by representatives from University of the Arts London
- OOPS. Object Oriented Pedagogies, led by representatives from Bezalel Academy of Art and Design Jerusalem
One of which was Code without Code: using drawing as a means of understanding computation led by Chelsi Cocking and Zach Lieberman of the Future Sketches group. This collaboration between the Media Lab and the Art & Design Teaching Center at Bezalel Academy of Art and Design Jerusalem was fostered by J. Philipp Schmidt, Director of the Digital Learning and Collaboration Studio here at the MIT Media Lab.
Between Worlds was held on Sunday, March 20, 2022, at Bezalel's Historical Building - which houses its Architecture Department.
See the event flyer for more information.