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2014 Conversations


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"There are many similarities between the scientific and artistic experiences of life
and between the creative processes of science and art
and it should be natural that scientists and artists collaborate."
William Gladstone, Scientist

Forum: Creativity in art and science

Recorded Tuesday 9th September 2014
University of Technology, Sydney (UTS)
Camera: Adam Sebire, Sebastian Reategui
Editing: Lisa Roberts with excerpts
from exhibits (in progress...)

Chair:
Professor Bill Gladstone Head of School of the Environment, University of Technology, Sydney (UTS)

Panel:
Dale Radford, PhD Candidate, UTS School of the Environment
Kirralee Baker, PhD Candidate, UTS School of the Environment
Charlotte Robinson, PhD Candidate, UTS School of the Environment
Leanne Thompson, Visual artist
Andy Leigh, Artist / Senior Lecturer, UTS School of the Environment
Sally Gillespie, Psychotherapist
Jonathan Marshall, Anthropologist, UTS Faculty of Arts & Social Sciences

Recognising creative processes across disciplines: Kiralee Baker

 

Psychological dimensions of encountering climate change science: Sally Gillespie

 

Unifying ways we understand: Andy Leigh

 

Unifying education: Andy Leigh

 

Creativity for a sustainable future: Dale Radcliff

 

Creativity is conversation: Jonathan Marshall

 

 

Reflecting on inertia: Leanne Thompson

 

Concluding: Grief and optimism