Schedule

April 7, 2016:

 

5:00 – 7:30 PM

Gallery Opening/Reception


6:00 –6:30 PM

Gallery Talk: Jennifer Riley, MFA, Curator
Title: “Drawing Upon Drawing”


April 8, 2016: 


Session 1:


9:00 AM

Introduction to “Drawing and the Brain”:
Professor T. Kelly Wilson
Director of IUCA+D
Indiana University/Bloomington


9:10 AM

Introduction: "Science and the Drawing":
Dr. Karin James
Associate Prof. of Psychology and Brain Sciences
Dr. Sharlene Newman
Associate Prof. in Psychology and Brain Sciences and Director of Imaging Research Facility Indiana University/Bloomington


9:20 AM

“How the Hand Helped the Brain Get Language: Implications for Drawing?”
Dr. Michael Arbib
Fletcher Jones Professor of Computer Science, and Professor of Biological Sciences, Biomedical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Neuroscience and Psychology, University of Southern California


9:55 AM

“Hand and Brain: Ten Years of looking, Twenty Years of Listening”
Frank Wilson, M.D.
Stanford University, School of Medicine, Professor Emeritus


10:30 AM

“Cognitive Benefits of Sketching”
Dr. David Kirsh
Professor/past chair of the Department of Cognitive Science, University of California at San Diego


11:05 AM

“Drawing as Cognitive Technology”
Judith E. Fan
Ph.D. Candidate, Psychology Department, Psychology, Neuroscience, and Cognitive Science, Princeton University


11:40 AM

Questions/Discussion


12:00 PM

Lunch


Session 2:


1:00 PM

Introduction: “Humanism: Legibility of the Author and Mark Making”:
Professor Caleb Weintraub
Associate Prof. in Fine Arts/Studio Indiana University/Bloomington


1:10 PM

“Obscurum per Obscurius”
Professor Thomas Lyon Mills
Professor, Division of Foundation Studies Rhode Island School of Design


1:45 PM

“The Embodied Psyche in Drawing”
Professor Anthony Fisher
Associate Professor in Fine Arts University of Massachusetts/Dartmouth


2:20 PM

“Drawing What We Can See; Imagining What We Cannot”
David Braly
Architect/Artist


2:55 PM

“Drawing as a Way of Seeing ”
Professor Frank Harmon, FAIA, Architect
Architect and Professor of Practice North Carolina State University


3:30 PM

Questions/Discussion


4:00 PM

Social Coffee Break


April 9, 2016: 


Session 3:


9:00 AM

Introduction: “The Human Voice: Insight Revelation Inspiration Creation”:
Professor Marleen Newman, AIA
Associate Director of IUCA+D
Indiana University/Bloomington


9:10 AM

“from HEAD to HEART to HAND... DRAWING in the DIGITAL AGE!”
Will Bruder, FAIA
President: Will Bruder Architects


9:45 AM

“Deconstructing and Reconstructing”
Dr. Barbara Tversky
Professor of Psychology, Columbia Teachers College and Prof. Emerita of Psychology, Stanford University


10:20 AM

“Design Cognition: Empowerment through Manual Sketching”
Professor Gabriela Goldschmidt
Mary Hill Swope Chair in Town Planning & Architecture, Emeritus Technion – Israel Institute of Technology


10:55 AM

“Seeing, Drawing, and Making”
Professor William Gwin, AIA
Professor Emeritus of Architecture Auburn University


11:30 PM

Questions/Discussion


12:00 PM

Lunch


Session 4:


1:00 PM

Introduction: Linkages/Art/Design/The Brain/The Computer:
Dr. Rob Goldstone
Chancellor’s Professor Psychological and Brain Sciences/Cognitive Science Indiana University/Bloomington


1:10 PM

“CogSketch: Sketch Understanding for Cognitive Science Research and for Education”
Dr. Kenneth Forbus
Walter P. Murphy Prof. of Computer Science and Prof. of Education Northwestern University


1:45 PM

“Artificial Neural Networks and Human Collaboration”
Dr. Juhong Park, Ph.D., M. Arch., B. Eng
Assistant Professor University of Miami (School of Architecture)


2:20 PM

“The Legacy of Layering: Drawing Techniques for the Contemporary Condition”
Professor Patricia Hedya
Assistant Prof. of Urban Design and Architecture Sam Fox School/Washington University/St. Louis


2:55 PM

“How Drawings Become Architectural Drawings: Seeing, Thinking, and Computing”
Professor Carl Lostritto, M. Arch.
Assistant Professor Rhode Island School of Design (Architecture)


3:30 PM

Questions/Discussion


4:00 PM

Social Coffee Break


April 10, 2016: 


Session 5:


9:30 – 11:30 AM

Round Table Discussion Chaired by: Professor T. Kelly Wilson
Indiana University/IUCA+D
Britt Brewer, AIA
Participants to discuss future inter-institutional collaboration and potential grant opportunities (NSF, NEA, NIH etc.)