Arthur C Clarke Center for Human Imagination at UC San Diego


4 Responses to “Arthur C Clarke Center for Human Imagination at UC San Diego”

  1. mark w. says:

    UCSD =

  2. robotnik says:

    Pretty funny, Cory.

  3. timquinn says:

    Interdisciplinary programs are tough to make work at the university. People love to talk about it, but when it comes to budget time they begin to worry about spending money outside the department and these projects suddenly lose their glow. Also, getting artists and others to work together is very difficult. The rest of campus does not get or appreciate the artists intuitive approach or have any place in their own method for that to fit in. What happens is you have the most conventional artist on the faculty work with these people and it becomes a publicity stunt, not the best work produced by either area. I wish them well. Creativity needs a boost in any culture.

    • timquinn says:

       When I think of the one example I know that is still happening it has become a class specifically to bring science students some news of science related art. A survey course for dis-interested breadth seekers. Hardly a ground breaking program.

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