This knowledge enterprise provides leadership to advance ASU's transdisciplinary art-science research, creative practice and international profile in the field. The partnership catapults Leonardo/ISAST and its constituent publications, programs, and global network, to a new level of growth, capacity, innovation and impact. Working together, ASU-Leonardo champions the convergence of arts, sciences, and technology for the benefit of all.
Come Join ASU-Leonardo at the UNESCO Futures Literacy Summit
Mark your calendars, from 8 to 12 December 2020, the High-Level Futures Literacy Summit will provide testimonials from around the world that being futures literate changes what people see and do. From high ranking leaders in the public and private sector to activists, artists, students and professors, the Summit will show how people become futures literate and the impact it has on all aspects of life, from dealing with COVID-19 to breaking the reproduction of oppression.
Futures Literacy, a universally accessible skill that builds on the innate human capacity to imagine the future, offers a clear, field tested solution to poverty-of-the-imagination. UNESCO, in its role as a global laboratory of ideas at the cutting edge of human knowledge, has demonstrated that people and communities everywhere are capable of becoming more futures literate. This means they are able to use their imaginations for different reasons, using different methods, in different contexts.
The ASU-Leonardo Initiative is looking for five volunteers with basic computer skills to help with data entry and data reorganization. The project will last for 1-2 weeks. Official volunteer hours and a coffee gift card will be provided at the end of the project. If you’re interested in volunteering, please email email@example.com.
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.
ASU-Leonardo and the Center for Science nd the Imagination have announced the Leonardo Imagination Fellowship Program for fall 2020. Fellows selected to participate in this prototype season of the fellowship will join a virtual program to explore experimental art-science innovation practices across multiple publishing and broadcast media platforms that imagine a regenerative, vibrant global future for all.
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