Write up, by Jo Keogh, of the Broad Vision interdisciplinary learning seminar held at University of Westminster on 20 November 2013.
“The exciting element of the Broad Vision project is that it allows artists and scientists to have a truly organic and original collaboration… The richness of the project stems from the continual conversation from start to finish and, from hearing the accounts of participating students, this has not only been inspiring and dynamic, it has been practice changing.”
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Check out the review of the recent Broad Vision book launch by Broad Vision student researcher, Danny Garside.
The book, Inspired by… Images from Science can be purchased at the bargain price of £16.95 from Amazon
The Guardian Education ran a great article today about the Broad Vision art/science programme.
“Even as an observer, it is difficult to leave the laboratory. The excitement of the students is catching. I spend my last 20 minutes drawing a picture of a cat using bacteria as ink..” Will Coldwell
In print and online, plus a picture gallery of work in progress. The results of the current experiments on the theme of ‘Data, Truth & Beauty’ will be shared at GV art gallery, 23-29 May 2013. Sign up to our newsletter for info and updates.
“It’s early days, but a few British universities are beginning to address the need to facilitate cross-disciplinary enquiry between the arts and sciences to broaden minds, enrich learning and prompt effective new thinking. The Broad Vision project at the University of Westminster is an impressive example of just such a course.” says Annabel Huxley in her review of the latest publication to emerge from the Broad Vision art/science learning programme.
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Guardian Education journalist, Will Coldwell, visits Broad vision to view work in progress…