August 2014
23.08.2014
Buchvernissage
Epitomes
Eric Andersen, Martin Robinson
 

September 2014
06.09.2014
Workshop
Art + Feminism Wikipedia Edit-A-Thon
AutorINen bearbeiten und publizieren einen Nachmittag lang Artikel zum Themenbereich Kunst + Feminismus


 
16.09.2014
Each One, Teach One
Theory Tuesdays & Practical Fridays
Philip Matesic
 
17.09.2014
Diskussion
Die Yasuní-Initiative: Zu visionär, um wahr zu sein?
Rechte indigener Völker und Biodiversität vs. Erdölförderung in Ecuador - Warum kam es zum Scheitern der Yasuní-Initiative und welche Verantwortung trägt die internationale Gemeinschaft?

Incomidios
 
29.09.2014 -
05.10.2014
Ausstellung
A4 (Arbeitstitel)
Tom Menzi
 

Oktober 2014
14.10.2014
Each One, Teach One
Theory Tuesdays
Philip Matesic
 
21.10.2014
Each One, Teach One
Theory Tuesdays
Philip Matesic
 
28.10.2014
Lecture
Dans 2.0
Mårten Spångberg
 
31.10.2014
Each One, Teach One
Practical Fridays
Philip Matesic
 

November 2014
04.11.2014
Each One, Teach One
Theory Tuesdays
Philip Matesic
 
11.11.2014
Each One, Teach One
Theory Tuesdays
Philip Matesic
 
21.11.2014
Each One, Teach One
Practical Fridays
Philip Matesic
 
25.11.2014
Each One, Teach One
Theory Tuesdays
Philip Matesic
 

Dezember 2014
02.12.2014
Each One, Teach One
Theory Tuesdays
Philip Matesic
 
12.12.2014
Each One, Teach One
Practical Fridays
Philip Matesic
 
16.12.2014
Each One, Teach One
Theory Tuesdays
Philip Matesic
 

22.02.2012
20,00 Uhr

 

Lecture
Process
Charlotte Cheetham
 


Album 1 - From Kunstkammers to Vanitas


Charlotte Cheetham is a french curator of graphic design and runs the blog manystuff.org. She will visit Corner College and have a lecture about her exploration and promotion of graphic design. Her practice, constantly redefined, is based on an experimental approach embodied in publishing experiences, in exhibition moments, and in a flow of information over the Internet. Working on interpretation, on reinterpretation, she is interested in the thinking process - multi-disciplinary, poetic, experimental and surprising - that leads to the final "form".

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