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NET-ART – An Open Course for All – Learn More Here

The NET-ART Course is an Open Commons Course for All!

About the Net-Art Course:

This is a CUNY Academic Commons Collaborative Course. You will Collaborate here.

(join the Net-Art group here)

Chances are you may have arrived here thinking that this course may not be for you or the course(s) that you teach. You may see a lot of graphics, flashing imagery and fragmented snippets of over-stimulation. It may be resonating with an unconscious aspect of how we already filter digital and Internet content. We may dismiss quite a bit these days with out even questioning the meaning or value.

Lets work on that together. Lets express ourselves through digital visual media and creativity.

There are tons of web tools out there, so many in fact, that knowing where to start may be really tough, especially if you want to implement them into a course that you are teaching.

The NET-ART course on the commons will change your mind, perceptions and outlook on how we can use digital tools and the Internet as a powerful force of Storytelling, Digital Art, Illustration, Image-Making, Journalism/Writing, Conscious Promotion, Teaching, Learning and most of all Self-Expression!

It is my intention to foster interdisciplinary course participation and interaction between CUNY campuses, faculty members and students(of all levels). The course will expand upon the way we are exposed and effected by new content, experiences and subjects.

The course will promote, present and archive a wide range of multidisciplinary discourse and output including group and solo exhibitions, critiques and reviews, collaborative zines and much more.

Want to learn more? Lets connect!

First, please browse the website and explore!

We will be launching our first series of projects this Month of February 2018!

Im happy to connect and guide you and your course assimilate the projects!

Questions? Reach out and Contact me – rseslow@york.cuny.edu

(join the Net-Art group here)

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