Space Cow, Planetarium Hamburg
Photo: Antje Budde
Knowledge creation projects can take on the form of mini-symposiums, conversations and exchanges. The purpose is to build an idea and knowledge generator that connects people and grows the seeds of new projects and collaborations.
Research, Stories, Music, Food, Laughter, Community
Celebrating PLAYStrong – Mental Health and Interactive Prototypes for Self-Learning
Friday, Dec.1, 2023, 6-8pm
Fields Institute for Research in the Mathematical Sciences
222 College Street, Toronto
Written and web-design by Antje Budde
Project leads: Antje Budde and Mark Chignell
We are grateful to the funding partners of XSEED at U of T: Engineering Department, Faculty of Arts and Science, Dept. for Industrial and Mechanical Engineering, Centre for Drama, Theatre and Performance Studies.
We are grateful to the many students (undergraduate, graduate, post-doc) from divers disciplinary and cultural backgrounds, who participated in this research project in a number of capacities.
We are grateful to all staff members and administrators who supported this project with their labor and expertise.
Thursday, March 3, 2022. 4.30pm-6pm ET
From our Zoom space directly live-streamed on YouTube
Facebook event details HERE
Maura Baiocchi - Choreographer and dancer Wolfgang Pannek - Artistic director
A collaboration between
Explorations of Artistic Intelligence A/I in the context of Artificial Intelligence (AI)
BrAInsTOrm 27. March, 2021. 11am-1pm ish.
Supported by SSHRC Institutional Grant (SIG), offered by the Centre for Drama, Theatre and Performance Studies at the University of Toronto
An introduction to the mysteries of synthetic data
BrAInsTOrm 23. June, 2020. 2-4pm.
A collaboration with Vicki Zhang - Statistician
BrAInsTOrm 9. June, 2020. 2-4pm.
Slide and text: Lynne Heller
exhibition/performance/discussion/panel/in-situ experiments/art/ science/ techne/ philosophy
Supported by the
Centre for Drama, Theatre and Performance Studies, University of Toronto; Computational Arts Program, York University;
University of Toronto's Cognitive Science Program, Knowledge Media Design Institute
28. September, 2019. 7pm-11pm.
7pm-9.30pm, Installation-performances, Helen-Gardiner-Phelan Theatre, 2nd floor
9.30pm-11pm, Reception and cash bar, Front and Long Room, Ground floor
University of Toronto. 79 St. George St.
A collaboration between
Laser events, Leonardo networks – Nina Czegledy
ArtsSci Salon – Roberta Buiani
Digital Dramaturgy Labsquared – Antje Budde
Topological Media Lab – Michael Montanaro | Navid Navab
Supported by the SSHRC SIG fund at U of T.