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Ruth Cuadra

Right at Home: Personal Libraries Are Retreats - 0 views

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    With the advent of tablets, cellphones and e-readers, could the book-lined home library go the way of the formal dining room? According to this article, books are a gold mine for designers as well as retailers.
Ruth Cuadra

Art appreciation is measureable - 1 views

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    "By measuring brain activity, interviewing test persons about thoughts and reactions, and charting their artistic knowledge, it's possible to gain new and exciting insight into what makes people appreciate good works of art. The model can be used for visual art, music, theatre and literature"
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    this is one of those interesting angle on trends in neuroscience / quantification; push back will be on 'why do we need to measure everything' ; push towards this world will say - but if we know how people process arts experience we can improve the level of engagement.. Great scan hit!
Karen Wade

Deaf and blind students display artwork at Tohono Chul - 0 views

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    An important reminder of how important the arts can be in everyone's life, and a challenge to continue finding new ways of connecting with all of our visitors.
Karen Wade

Outside the Citadel, Social Practice Art Is Intended to Nurture - NYTimes.com - 0 views

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    An art form I'll support!
Lisa Eriksen

CLOUDS Interactive Documentary on Digital Art - 0 views

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    Cool video on data art and crowd-scorce documentary
Lisa Eriksen

Pandora for Fine Art | IdeaFeed | Big Think - 0 views

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    Pandora for museums? Where will this take us on our tech journey?
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