Wednesday, January 19, 2022
 

Aesthetics and Law Panel at RISD


art_law_sarmientoI’m very happy to be presenting at the Questioning Aesthetics Symposium at the Rhode Island School of Design on March 11th and 12th. I’ll be on the Saturday afternoon panel, Aesthetics and Law. I do hope to see you there.

A bit on the symposium:

“Questioning Aesthetics Symposium-RISD” (QAS-RISD) provides a timely opportunity for the RISD community to come together and critically examine the nature and ramifications of art and design practices. In recent years RISD education has been moving toward transcending traditional disciplinary boundaries to encourage more holistic, multi-faceted approaches to art and design practice. This symposium aims to promote cross- and trans-disciplinary dialogues on aesthetic issues not only through presentations by prominent scholars and practitioners but more importantly through sustained discussion by all participants and audiences.

“Questioning Aesthetics Symposium-RISD” (QAS-RISD) is part of a series. Each QAS will explore, cultivate, and sustain new forms of transdisciplinary, international aesthetics research generated by contemporary art and design, new developments in aesthetics in other disciplines, current social-political conditions, or other instigators.

Please click here to register for the RISD conference, and here for a program of the event. A list of speakers, with bios, may be found here.

 

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