Day 1 Thursday July 12, 2018
Create a pseudo-lexicon for your team: Humanism or Posthumanism
ONE contribution per person. You can work individually or collaboratively. Your contribution can be traditional (linguistic) or non-traditional. Please be prepared to discuss the ideas behind your contribution. You have 30 minutes to come up with your contribution and post it to the wiki. Group discussion / presentation follows.
You wouldn't believe how many philosophers are afraid of movement. –– Timothy Morton
Day 2 Friday July 13, 2018
1. You have 15 minutes. Self-select into the subgroups listed below. The only rule is that each group has to have at least 2 people and you can't switch teams.
2. As a subgroup, identify ONE thing that is critical for students in your HUMANISM 2.0, HYPERHUMANIST, PALEOHUMANIST, PSEUDOPOSTHUMANIST, ULTRAPOSTHUMANIST, or RETROPOSTHUMANIST graphic design program to learn, do or experience.
Is it a skill, a body of content, an experience, a language, a process or method?
Is it from within graphic design or from outside?
3. Propose a tool, a platform and an activity for teaching your one thing.
FAKE IT TILL YOU MAKE IT.
''Do or do not. There is no try''. –– Yoda
Day 3 Saturday July 14, 2018
TODAY IS THE DAY.
Make 3 artifacts of design education for your subgroup.
You can make a cohesive set of 3 artifacts or approach them as 3 iterations / points of view.
As you make the artifacts, be sure you are also building / planning / making your presentation for tomorrow.
Plan to use your presentation to contextualize and document your thinking, process and outcomes.
Everything should be posted to the Wiki by 6 pm tonight to: Free Radical Curricula
Thus in order to be a "radical" one must be open to the possibility that one's own core assumptions are misconceived —Christopher Hitchens, Letters to a Young Contrarian
Day 4 Sunday July 15, 2018
What would you say is the MOST challenging idea or implication in each presentation.
What would say is the MOST challenging idea or implication in each presentation.
Regroup into your subgroup. You have 15 minutes to prepare a toast to the future now of design education.