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Mari Velonaki— Director of the Creative Robotics Laboratory and research leader at NIEA— discusses the robot, Diamandini, presented at the Victoria & Albert Museum, London.
Crown Prince and Princess of Denmark attend the Curating Cities launch
HotHouse Symposium— 27 - 28 July, 2010
Marko Peljhan, University of California Institute for Research in the Arts, Santa Barbara, speaks at the Sense of Planet Symposium: The Arts and Ecology at Earth Magnitude, August...
Timothy Morton, Department of English at Rice University speaks at the Sense of Planet Symposium: Arts and Ecology at Earth Magnitude, August 25, 2012.  
Russell Lowe and Richard Goodwin discuss "Crysis in Parasite Paradise: The Work of Realtime Porosity Studio, 2013"
Curating Cities is a 5-year research project that examines how the arts can generate environmentally beneficial behaviour change and influence the development of green...
DJ Spooky at the Curating Cities Forum: with Professor Douglas Kahn and Professor Richard Goodwin.
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Date Posted: 6th August 2013
Jennifer Gabrys, Design and Environment, Goldsmiths, University of London, speaks at the Sense of Planet Symposium: The Arts and Ecology at Earth Magnitude, August 25, 2012.

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Date Posted: 23rd June 2013
Louise Fowler-Smith talks about the Imaging the Land International Research Initiative (ILIRI).

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Date Posted: 6th August 2013
Nicholar Mirzoeff, Deparment of Media, Culture and COmmunication, New York University, speaks at the Sense of Planet Symposium: The Arts and Ecology at Earth Magnitude, August 25, 2012.

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Date Posted: 23rd June 2013
Professor Ross Harley, Dean of COFA, UNSW, speaks about video art, new media, and the impact of digitial technologies on art, interaction and sociality.
Date Posted: 13th August 2013
Professor Bleeker, University of Utrecht speaks at COFA: Serious Games and Playful Intervations.

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Date Posted: 6th August 2013
Ursula Heise, Department of English, Stanford University, speaks at the Sense of Planet Symposium: The Arts and Ecology at Earth Magnitude, August 25, 2012.
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