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Thursday, February 14 • 3:30pm - 3:50pm
Anatomy Illustrated: Moodle as Gallery Space

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Art and Design students meet in one room to discuss the inner workings of the human body—the etymology of the words to describe it, its physiological processes, its complex communication systems, the conditions that befall it, and what the heck that has to do with their art and design practice. They render designs, installations and illustrations that invite in a wide audience and broaden meaning analogy toward a rich understanding of the body and the application of concepts to other fields.  Their conceptual use of a gallery space educates viewers not only about the workings of the body but inside the experience of a condition or illness—thus toward a position of deeper empathy.  So can Moodle be that special gallery space?


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Jane Siemon

Sessional Lecturer at Emily Carr University since 1997, Jane  teaches English and Human Science. Her Moodle Science courses--“Shape, Function and Metaphor: the Organs of the Human Body” and “Heart, Mind, Health: Learning from the Human Body”--run in fully-online and hybrid formats and feature cross-discipline metaphor and analogy.  Slemon is also an RN and a musician with two CDs of original and traditional... Read More →


Thursday February 14, 2013 3:30pm - 3:50pm
Bayside Room

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