CADE (Computers in Art and Design Education) Conference
9 to 12 April 2001, Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom
The CADE (Computers in Art and Design Education)
Conference is one of the world’s principal forums for
digital creativity in art and design education.
CADE 2001's theme is "Digital Creativity: Crossing the
Border". CADE 2001 will celebrate the interdisciplinary
and international character of digital media by challenging
the boundaries that divide and exclude.
CADE 2001 will challenge and cross many boundaries -
across creative disciplines (art, design, architecture,
craft, animation, music, performance, media and theatre)
across subject areas (arts, science, technology)
across education sectors (from primary to higher
across diverse cultures, personal experiences,
backgrounds, and age groups
taking digital creativity from specialist subject to the
mainstream of learning, teaching and research.
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