Attention students: Think art + engineering
Case Western Reserve University and the Cleveland Institute of Art have announced a new joint summer program.
Hybridity is a three-week, three-credit-hour course that focuses on the interactions between art and engineering, and the new technologies and materials that provide a range of possibilities for “makers,” from prototypes and models to molds and parts.
The seminar/studio will address the concepts, practices and technologies of contemporary hybrid activity between the worlds of art and engineering, and will include work in think[box] and the studios at the CIA.
The class will run May 19-June 6 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Interested students should contact Malcolm Cooke, associate professor of mechanical and aerospace engineering.