I am an Associate Professor at the University of Calgary, Calgary, Canada. My research focuses on collaboration in art making and art education and on multiculturalism in art education.

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Publications:
A Model for Exploring Anyville: Using Dialogical Collaboration to Create Art about Place

This paper builds a dialogical, collaborative model for the analysis of place that can be applied by artists from “anyville” searching for authentic regional identity.

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Creativity in the Twenty-First Century: I Sort, Therefore I Am

This paper will examine the ways that digital photography is changing the creative activity of the artist/designer.

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The Mistake: The Importance of Errors in Computer-generated Images

The proposed paper examines our experience with evolutionary, computer-generated images and how the programming “mistake” can become an important starting point for new images.

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Watching Clouds: Observing the Shifting Nature of Digital Art

This paper examines the shifting, evolving, mercurial nature of the digital image as it is exemplified in the work of Gerald Hushlak.

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BreederArt: Using Symmetry in Digital Design as an Ecological System

The paper uses the body of work, BreederArt by co-author Gerald Hushlak, as a case study to examine an instantiation of the use of symmetry within a contemporary digital context.

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Story Boarding as Instruction and Documentation in the Classroom

The proposed paper will develop a theoretical and methodological context for researching the efficacy of storyboarding in supporting and documenting key learning outcomes in the Reggio-inspired art classroom.

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Something from Nothing: How Digital Art Recreates the Image

During Cubism’s Centenary, we examine the importance of the way that computers are changing our culture’s understanding of, and ways of seeing, images through examining the work of Gerald Hushlak.

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Keeping Interactive Art Interactive

A series of interactive museum exhibitions are cited providing models for remote exhibit monitoring and adjustment. An example will be projected behind the presenters to illustrate their paper.

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Reclaiming the Image: The Cross Breeding Project

This paper describes how the Cross Breeding Project turns the curse of digital photography and the Internet's flood of images into blessings using these very technologies to create art.

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