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Social Sciences - Art and Design - 14.12.2020

Computer Science - Art and Design - 09.12.2020
ETH app brings the Graphische Sammlung's artwork to life
ETH app brings the Graphische Sammlung’s artwork to life
The Graphische Sammlung opened a new exhibition on 9 December. What makes this latest exhibition special is its integration with an augmented reality app for mobile phones and tablets, which allows visitors to interact with the artwork on display.

Music - Art and Design - 08.12.2020

Art and Design - Microtechnics - 04.12.2020
Art in Construction reflects on research
Art in Construction reflects on research
ETH Zurich supports art in construction, and, as part of a project competition, has selected art projects by Maya Rochat and Yves Netzhammer that take an innovative approach to reflecting on teaching and research in the two ETH buildings BSS and ML-FHK.

Art and Design - Social Sciences - 04.12.2020

Linguistics / Literature - Art and Design - 16.11.2020

Art and Design - 05.11.2020
New book explores the visual identity of the famed Bloomsbury Group
A new book by a Senior Lecturer at the University of Sussex investigates how the famed Bloomsbury Group framed their visual identity.

Art and Design - Social Sciences - 19.10.2020

Art and Design - 15.10.2020
UCLA Clark Library gains works by artist Paul Landacre
Image courtesy of Jeff Weber Engravings by Paul Landacre for John Hodgdon Bradley's 1935 book of essays "Farewell Thou Busy World.

Event - Art and Design - 02.10.2020
10 good reasons not to miss the opening month of the GUM
10 good reasons not to miss the opening month of the GUM
Ghent already has a handful of museums and, as from Saturday 3 October, it is to welcome another gem with the opening of the GUM, Ghent University Museum.

Art and Design - Event - 02.10.2020

Art and Design - Campus - 21.09.2020

Mathematics - Art and Design - 17.09.2020
U-M professor's 'fractal simulation tools' appear in Samuel Jackson's new 'Enslaved' TV series
U-M professor’s ’fractal simulation tools’ appear in Samuel Jackson’s new ’Enslaved’ TV series
A fractal is a pattern that repeats itself at different scales. It is ideal for modeling nature: a tree is a branch of a branch of a branch; mountains are peaks within peaks; clouds are puffs of puffs, and so on.

Linguistics / Literature - Art and Design - 02.09.2020

Social Sciences - Art and Design - 27.08.2020

Health - Art and Design - 27.08.2020
People with hidden medical conditions create drawings to document the impact of lockdown
People suffering from invisible diseases have explored the impact lockdown has had on them by drawing about their experiences.

History / Archeology - Art and Design - 13.08.2020

Art and Design - Architecture - 12.08.2020
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