Upcoming events at Salt Lake City Public Library

Colson Whitehead at The City Library
Book

Colson Whitehead at The City Library

Thursday 7:00pm (15 March)
Salt Lake City Public Library, Salt Lake City

Events around Salt Lake City Public Library

Rednecks with Paychecks Spring Break 2018
Sport

Rednecks with Paychecks Spring Break 2018

Thursday 9:00am (15 March)
Rednecks with Paychecks Offroad, Saint Jo

Tom Russell at Ken Sanders Rare Books

Tom Russell at Ken Sanders Rare Books

Thursday 7:00pm (05 April)
Ken Sanders Rare Books, Salt Lake City

Thierry De Mey in Salt Lake City
Movie

Thierry De Mey in Salt Lake City

Friday 6:00pm (09 March)
Broadway Centre Cinemas, Salt Lake City

Midwife (CO), Sympathy Pain & Durian Durian
Music

Midwife (CO), Sympathy Pain & Durian Durian

Monday 8:00pm (26 March)
Diabolical Records, Salt Lake City

SOLD OUT: Lucius Live in Salt Lake City, UT at The State Room
Music

SOLD OUT: Lucius Live in Salt Lake City, UT at The State Room

Thursday 7:00pm (08 March)
The State Room, Salt Lake City

Rachael Yamagata at The State Room
Music

Rachael Yamagata at The State Room

Sunday 8:00pm (04 March)
The State Room, Salt Lake City


Tech Talks: Computational Thinking Meets Design Thinking

Tech Talks: Computational Thinking Meets Design Thinking


When?

Start time: Thursday 7:00pm (15 February)
End time: Thursday 8:00pm (15 February)

About

Join the University of Utah, School of Computing and The City Library for a lecture series about the impact of computer science on our society and culture. Topics include algorithms and bias, the science of air quality, and technology and arts collaborations. All lectures will be held in the Main Library Auditorium.

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Computational Thinking Meets Design Thinking: Technology and Arts Collaboration
Presented by Professor Erik Brunvand

"There seems to be an explosion of interest in exploring arts and technology connections: new media, digital media, kinetic art, new frontiers, emergent media, interdisciplinary, multidisciplinary, and transdisciplinary are only some of the terms used to describe this fusion of disciplines. This emerging arena for collaboration brings up a number of questions. Are fine arts and technology compatible partners? Do these disciplines support each other or flinch when they are combined like oil and water? Do collaborative efforts provide interesting insights and opportunities for students? For practitioners? In this talk I will start with some thoughts on the nature of combining arts and technology, and show some historical and contemporary examples."