Creative Tech Week

November 7, 2022 – November 10, 2022

Creative Tech Week is a unique opportunity to hear from artists and designers in positions of leadership across a series of keynotes, panels and Q&A sessions. This year we are highlighting creative experts in developing Code, Computation, Electronics, AI + Machine Learning, Extended Reality, Digital Creation and Digital Communication.

Expanding on the college’s first Creative Tech Week in 2021, this year’s program will focus on three critical areas for the field: Design Research, Advanced Digital Creation and Web3. Participants will have the opportunity to hear directly from the designers, artists and thinkers who are driving the future of technology and design across today’s rapidly changing, multifaceted industries.

November 8th Design Research 12 — 4 PM PST
Opening Remarks
Karen Hofmann, ArtCenter President

Keynote Speech
Brian David Johnson, Futurist, Writer and Professor

Creative Tech In Society
Panel featuring Stuart Candy, Christine Meinders and Mashinka Hakopian (Moderated by Anne Burdick, ArtCenter Provost)

__ In Practice
Presentations and dialogue with Sho Rust and Adit Dhanushkodi

November 9th Advanced Digital Creation 9:30 AM — 12 PM PST
Keynote Speech
Rob Bryant Jr., Senior 3D Artist at NVIDIA

Digital Creation, Computation & Careers
Panel featuring Rob Bryant Jr., Mana Koike, Anna Violette and Phil Saunders (Moderated by Safir Bellali, ArtCenter Instructor)

XR In Education | Education for XR
Panel featuring Parker Fredlund, Jeff Jones and Younes Duret (Moderated by Safir Bellali, ArtCenter Instructor)

November 9th 1pm — 2pm
Dialogue featuring Ty Drake and Dan Goods

November 10th Web3 9:30 AM — 12 PM PST
Keynote Speech
Alejandra Salazar, Founder of Croing

New Modes of Practice
Presentations and dialogue with Refik Anadol and Mieke Marple
Artist Rights Society & arsnl.art Presentation by Matthew Dunnerstick

Web3 at LACMA: Engagement, Acquisition and Governance Presentations and Dialogue with Celia Yang Nelson, Joel Ferree and Dhyandra Lawson