Social Media & Creative Research


A Panel Discussion Between Artists and Information Professionals

 
DateThursday, October 17, 2013 - 11:00pm

Location

Central Hall, Room 230 100 McCaul St. Toronto, Ontario

A Panel Discussion Between Artists and Information Professionals

How can social media best serve the interests of practicing artists, art historians, curators, students, art enthusiasts, and general audiences? Can the boundaries of social media technology be expanded to facilitate creative research as practiced by these constituents? ARLIS-ON asks information professionals, artists, and social media experts to weigh in on how these new technologies are utilized by information institutions, and how they can further benefit researchers in the arts.

The discussion will be moderated by Mark Pompelia (Rhode Island School of Design). Featured Panelists include Heather Saunders (Nipissing University), Stephen Spong (OCAD University), Eva Stepanian (University of Toronto), and Marsha E. Taichman (Cornell University). For a full biography of the participants, please visit the following link: http://goo.gl/OFDR0A

The cost for the session will be $5.00 for ARLIS/NA members and $10.00 for non-members. Student members can attend for free. If you’re a student but not a member? No problem! Get a membership and admission for $10.00.

Pay in advance using the secure Paypal payment form.

Refreshments will be served.

This event has been generously sponsored by the Dorothy H. Hoover Library, OCAD University.

 

goo.gl/OFDR0A

 

melissbruno@gmail.com

 

$5.00 for ARLIS/NA members/$10.00 for non-members/Free for student members

DateThursday, October 17, 2013 - 11:00pm

Website Location

Central Hall, Room 230 100 McCaul St. Toronto, Ontario

Social Media & Creative Research
Thursday, October 17, 2013 - 11:00pm

A Panel Discussion Between Artists and Information Professionals

How can social media best serve the interests of practicing artists, art historians, curators, students, art enthusiasts, and general audiences? Can the boundaries of social media technology be expanded to facilitate creative research as practiced by these constituents? ARLIS-ON asks information professionals, artists, and social media experts to weigh in on how these new technologies are utilized by information institutions, and how they can further benefit researchers in the arts.

The discussion will be moderated by Mark Pompelia (Rhode Island School of Design). Featured Panelists include Heather Saunders (Nipissing University), Stephen Spong (OCAD University), Eva Stepanian (University of Toronto), and Marsha E. Taichman (Cornell University). For a full biography of the participants, please visit the following link: http://goo.gl/OFDR0A

The cost for the session will be $5.00 for ARLIS/NA members and $10.00 for non-members. Student members can attend for free. If you’re a student but not a member? No problem! Get a membership and admission for $10.00.

Pay in advance using the secure Paypal payment form.

Refreshments will be served.

This event has been generously sponsored by the Dorothy H. Hoover Library, OCAD University.

 

goo.gl/OFDR0A

 

melissbruno@gmail.com

 

$5.00 for ARLIS/NA members/$10.00 for non-members/Free for student members

Venue & Address: 
Central Hall, Room 230 100 McCaul St. Toronto, Ontario
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