Newly homed at Clark University, the Becker School of Design & Technology (BSD&T) is a dynamic, evolving studio focused on interactive media, based on the creation of software and hardware that govern a transformative, interactive experience. During this panel, members of the BSD&T faculty will touch on the variety and tremendous potential of the medium while introducing themselves and their work. They will share a curated timeline of projects, their current passions, and exciting future opportunities for the Clark community. A Q&A and reception will follow.
*This event was original scheduled for May 12, but is now on May 19 at 5pm EDT.* In this public panel discussion, Screen Studies' Rox Samer (they/them) and representatives of their “Gender and Film” seminar examine the current state of transgender media as well as visions for its futures with three distinguished guests: artist and […]
What stories do craft and design objects tell us—and tell about us? In this wide-reaching conversation, authors Glenn Adamson, Parminder Bhachu, and Kristina Wilson will explore connections between their recent books on makers and design as an expression of identity. Together, these scholars will discuss their circuitous paths of research, the delight of an unexpected […]