Dive deeper into the themes featured in the Sources exhibition with this interactive event:
Join us for a conversation with Linda Carson on interdisciplinarity and "standing on the shoulders of giants." this event will be a dialogue between our guest, visitors, and 4th year students from the School of Architecture.
About Linda Carson:
"In grad school I learned to cause trouble, which has been more use to me than calculus, French grammar, and linear perspective all combined."
Dr. Linda Carson is a lecturer at the University of Waterloo, where she builds original, effective courses in drawing, colour, creative thinking, perception, and collaboration. She is a practicing artist, sometime playwright, and former computer programmer with a PhD in behavioural and cognitive neuropsychology, master's degrees in fine art, and in kinesiology, and undergraduate degrees in mathematics, and in studio art. On campus, Linda conducts research into drawing cognition, and wrote the curriculum for the Knowledge Integration program. Off campus, she is Chief, Creativity, and Interdisciplinary Collaboration, at the Canadian design thinking form, Overlap Associates.
This is a free event, all are welcome to attend.
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Cambridge, ON N1S 2H4