Transatlantic Forum 2016: Culture-Art-Design-Society

Neubauer Collegium

Transatlantic Forum 2016: Culture-Art-Design-Society

Symposium
24 October 2016 1.30pmAdd to Calendar 2016-10-24 18:30:00 2016-10-24 18:30:00 Transatlantic Forum 2016: Culture-Art-Design-Society October 24-25 is a forum where policymakers and knowledge producers meet to forge and develop long-term partnerships, and to discover cross-disciplinary and groundbreaking new ideas. The forum was established in 2002, by Norway’s embassies in Washington and Ottawa to promote ST&I cooperation. It has since then developed into an important annual transatlantic arena. In 2016, humanities and social sciences - and societal challenges - are at the core of the program. The sciences, innovation and business are included as the cross-disciplinary program develops. The 2016 Forum mission statement aligns with the vision of the University of Chicago’s Neubauer Collegium for Culture and Society, and is expressed as: “Finding human solutions to societal challenges” Session 4 "Culture-Art-Design-Society" features faculty from Art History, Niall Atkinson and Ina Blom. For more details on venues and events please see the event website.  Neubauer Center for Culture and Society Neubauer Collegium arthistory@uchicago.edu America/Chicago public
Neubauer Center for Culture and Society

October 24-25 is a forum where policymakers and knowledge producers meet to forge and develop long-term partnerships, and to discover cross-disciplinary and groundbreaking new ideas. The forum was established in 2002, by Norway’s embassies in Washington and Ottawa to promote ST&I cooperation. It has since then developed into an important annual transatlantic arena.

In 2016, humanities and social sciences - and societal challenges - are at the core of the program. The sciences, innovation and business are included as the cross-disciplinary program develops. The 2016 Forum mission statement aligns with the vision of the University of Chicago’s Neubauer Collegium for Culture and Society, and is expressed as: “Finding human solutions to societal challenges”

Session 4 "Culture-Art-Design-Society" features faculty from Art History, Niall Atkinson and Ina Blom. For more details on venues and events please see the event website.