processes ofinquiryArt, Science, andA Culture of InnovationWalter E. MasseyPresident, School of the Art Institute of Chica...
EVOLUTIONS AND                STUDENT INBIODIVERSITY CLASS   PRINTMAKING STUDIO
XEROXPalo Alto Research Center
McDonald’sInnovation Center
FRANCES WHITEHEAD       SLOW Cleanup
LINDA KEANEScreen shot from NEXT.cc
ANDREW YANGCaminaculida/Exquisite Corpse Project
ANDREW YANGCaminaculida/Exquisite Corpse Project
KATHRYN SCHAFFER     Cosmic Images
SCIENCE ZINES BY SAIC STUDENTS
IMAGE FROM HUBBLEImages from the Hubble Space Telescope are often manipulatedusing false color, cropping, and orientation ...
STUDENT SKETCH BOOKSQuestioning representation:  How can each of these drawings representthe same thing? Students confront...
thank youWalter E. MasseyPresident, School of the Art Institute of Chicago
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Presentation at the Chicago Art of Science Learning Conference, May 14-15, by Walter Massey, President of the School of the Art Institute of Chicago

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Walter Massey, Processes of Inquiry: Art, Science and A Culture of Innovation."

  1. 1. processes ofinquiryArt, Science, andA Culture of InnovationWalter E. MasseyPresident, School of the Art Institute of Chicago May 16, 2011
  2. 2. EVOLUTIONS AND STUDENT INBIODIVERSITY CLASS PRINTMAKING STUDIO
  3. 3. XEROXPalo Alto Research Center
  4. 4. McDonald’sInnovation Center
  5. 5. FRANCES WHITEHEAD SLOW Cleanup
  6. 6. LINDA KEANEScreen shot from NEXT.cc
  7. 7. ANDREW YANGCaminaculida/Exquisite Corpse Project
  8. 8. ANDREW YANGCaminaculida/Exquisite Corpse Project
  9. 9. KATHRYN SCHAFFER Cosmic Images
  10. 10. SCIENCE ZINES BY SAIC STUDENTS
  11. 11. IMAGE FROM HUBBLEImages from the Hubble Space Telescope are often manipulatedusing false color, cropping, and orientation to create an effectrather than to represent something specific about science.
  12. 12. STUDENT SKETCH BOOKSQuestioning representation:  How can each of these drawings representthe same thing? Students confront the problems of visualizing the atom.
  13. 13. thank youWalter E. MasseyPresident, School of the Art Institute of Chicago

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