[-empyre-] ending the discussion and whats up next

Renate Terese Ferro rferro at cornell.edu
Thu Mar 1 13:43:56 AEDT 2018

Thanks Nicole for responding to my last email.  I am keeping open this month’s discussion until tomorrow for anyone who may want to respond to a previous thread or add something new.  Tomorrow night I will be introducing new monthly moderators Junting Huang and Xin Zhou who will I introduce our next discussion, 
Noise: Disorientation, Contamination, and (Non)Communication

More soon.  Renate

Renate Ferro
Visiting Associate Professor
Director of Undergraduate Studies
Department of Art
Tjaden Hall 306
rferro at cornell.edu

On 2/28/18, 5:17 PM, "empyre-bounces at lists.artdesign.unsw.edu.au on behalf of Nicole Bansal" <empyre-bounces at lists.artdesign.unsw.edu.au on behalf of nb477 at cornell.edu> wrote:

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In response to Renate’s previous comment, I think that blogs that are
affiliated with email listervs are very powerful because they serve as a
way to propel discussions even further. They provide participants with a
more visual approach, which I find useful as an individual in a creative
field of study. I find that “TheArtBlog.org” has  (
https://www.theartblog.org/ ) has very interesting content with critiques
and reviews of powerful art installations. I think that by expanding the
content of forums by adding more visuals, participants are more likely to
be involved as they are captivated by the content and provoked to perhaps
add to the discussion.


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