LASER Talks at Tempe: Seizing the Moment
LASER Tempe kicked off the Fall 2022 semester with the first LASER (Leonardo Art/Science Evening Rendezvous) “Seizing the Moment”. At this virtual conversation, Seed Grant Awardees Rachel Bowditch (Herberger Institute of Design and the Arts) and Iveta Silova (Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College) shared their projects Anthropocene and Turn It Around! The conversation was facilitated by Sustainability professor Scott Cloutier.
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- Creativity During the Covid-19 Pandemic
- Humanizing Digital Culture with Wisdom VR
- Cultivating Digital Trust in the Creative Economy
- A New Creativity Agenda, Part 2
- A New Creativity Agenda
- Healing Arts
- From Ecosystem to Echo System
- The Heart of Leonardo
- The Great Awakening
- The Leonardo Covid-19 Diaries
- Earth Day, Regeneration and Arts-Sci-Tech
- Earth, rise!
Beyond the Lab 2022 – Elevate AR
A team of four students from the Humanities Lab Fall 2021 – Humanizing Digital Culture Lab, inspired by their introduction to "distributed, place-based" experiences in the original Lab, has decided to break new ground by developing a software toolkit for creating AR—augmented reality—stories that uses any elevator car as a "digital window" into another world. With funding from Seize the Moment, an initiative of Leonardo, the Humanities Lab and the Julie Ann Wrigley Global Futures Laboratory, the group aims to ultimately publish an ElevateAR platform that any artist can use to create these immersive experiences.
Between Classes: Season 3 Episode 5, Diana Ayton-Shenker
Dean Tepper walks and talks with Diana Ayton-Shenker, executive director of the new Arizona State University-Leonardo partnership and CEO of Leonardo/the International Society of Arts, Sciences and Technology (ISAST). Ayton-Shenker shares how she hopes the ASU-Leonardo partnership will impact the world.