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Last fall, ITMO University initiated a unique educational project at the intersection of history, art, tech and natural sciences. TECHNOHISTORY was developed by the staff of ITMO’s Center of Social and Humanities Knowledge to popularize interdisciplinary research among students.
The Minor in Art&Science program lasts two semesters; its students will gain basic knowledge of the theory and history of technological art as well as create art projects of their own. Upon completing the course, its students will receive a certificate from the Art & Science Center and additional points when applying for the Master’s program Art & Science. All of the subjects they’ve taken will also be added to their diploma supplement as electives.
Starting from March 12, Art.ITMO.Residency presents an exhibition of world-renowned artists, for many of whom it is the first time they present their works in Russia. Visitors will also have the chance to see a new project by Heather Dewey-Hagborg, the famous American bioartist.
In February, ITMO University hosted the Open Day for the Art & Science Master’s program, during which the curators spoke about the program’s new specializations and admission opportunities.
On February 6, ITMO University’s AIR gallery presented projects created by students of the Art & Science Master’s program. Here’s what you can experience at the exhibition, which will run till February 21.
On January 21, ITMO University’s Art & Science Center hosted a meeting with Robertina Sebjanic, an artist and a researcher. ITMO.NEWS provides the rundown.
The exhibition was devised by students of the Master’s program Science Communication and the curator Olga Remneva in collaboration with some of the university’s own laboratories. The event offers members of the public an opportunity to explore the world of science through works of visual and audio art. The event will run until December 24 at the Art.ITMO.Residency (St. Petersburg, Birzhevaya Liniya 16).
Daria Martynova is not only a PhD student at the St. Petersburg Academy of Arts but also a manager at ITMO University’s Center of Social and Humanities Knowledge, as well as an assistant at the Faculty of Technological Management and Innovations.
In 2013, the United Nations declared December 5 as the first official World Soil Day, and ever since, it has been held annually throughout the world. In Russia, it was first celebrated at the Dokuchaev Central Soil Museum, named after a pioneer of soil science.
In late October, the artist Laura Rodriguez gave an open lecture on BioArt at the Yasnaya Polyana coworking space. The event was held as part of ITMO.FAMILY’s alumni engagement program.