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The Science and Sustainable Design class, taught by Lara Hoad and Sam Stier, is hosting visiting designer Mark Wystrach of The People's Movement.
Architecture/Landscape/Interiors Department is pleased to announce the 2013-2014 DONGHIA DESIGNER-IN-RESIDENCE LECTURE by JOEP VAN LIESHOUT
07:00pm Open Seating 07:30pm Lecture 09:00pm Reception. This lecture and cocktail reception are free and open to the public.
Ahmanson Auditorium at THE MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY ART, LOS ANGELES 250 South Grand Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90012
Graduate Fine Arts, Visiting Artist Lecture Series presents artist, Amir Fallah.
Thursday, March 13th 11:00am - 12:30pm
MFA Studio Building: 10455 Jefferson Blvd Culver City CA 90230
Andrew K. Currey
Graduate Fine Arts Thesis Exhibition
March 9 - March 13
Closing Reception: Thursday, March 13, 6pm - 9pm
Spring break through March 23
Kurant, an artist from Warsaw, Poland, received a BA in Art History from University of Łódź and a MA in Creative Curating from Goldsmiths College in London.
Fashion Design, Toy Design, and Product Design offer Natural Science courses that are specific to their
curricula. All other majors choose one course from the following offerings:The Psychology of SeeingNSCI307 — 3 creditsThis course explores the mechanisms we employ in understanding and interpreting visual information. Through lectures and exercises students gain understanding of various visual phenomena. Psychological and physiological topics include the complexity of the eye, brain structures, optical illusions, as well as the perception of brightness, movement, color, and form.Imagination and the BrainNSCI307 — 3 creditsThis course explores various aspects of the phenomenon of visualizing (mental imagery) by combining insights from neurology, psychology, and philosophy. Topics include visualizing in relationship to other visual phenomena, visualizing as one form of sensory imagination; visualizing as a component of nonconceptual cognition; and the continuities and discontinuities between mental images and the artistmade images (drawing, painting, and photography), which are based on such visualizations.The Science of Sleep and DreamingNSCI307 — 3 creditsA multidisciplinary natural science class about sleeping and dreaming, focusing on the content and structure of dreaming and “dream logic.” Students will learn about the physiology of sleep and sleep disorders, and about the neurology and phenomenology of dream content.