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Wednesday, August 19 • 11:30am - 1:00pm
Education Forum: The Value of Knowledge Transfer - Part 2

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This year the Forum takes place on the unceded territory of the Coast Salish People. We invite Indigenous participants from Canada and abroad, including  Maori, Navajo and Inuit representatives to discuss their perspectives on digital technologies in relation to their knowledge heritage, particularly based on personal and communal experience. In addition to traditional knowledge transfer, the Forum will open discussions on the impact of global and local paradigm shifts and blurred boundaries in our digital age, and how they may affect the transmission of knowledge across generations. Participants might address modes of knowledge transfer, sites of resistance, forms of cross-cultural collaboration, and means of disruption of settler-colonial relations. In the context of Canada’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission, what strategies and tactics for knowledge transfer are currently shared, or can be shared in the future? What opportunities for cross-cultural, inter-generational collaboration exist?

Welcome by the First Nation Elder, Ian Clothier of ISEA International 
and Thecla Schiphorst, ISEA2015 Symposium Director.

Education Forum Part 2
11:30-11:40 Special guest/Respondent Sandra Semchuk, Associate Professor, Emily Carr University of Art an Design
11:40-12:50 Participatory Discussion
12:50-1:00 Special guest/Respondent Ian Clothier, electronic artist, curator, board member of ISEA International, Executive Director of Intercreate.org

Conveners:
Nina Czegledy
Tyler Fox

Respondents:
Sandra Semchuk
Ian Clothier

Moderators
NC

Nina Czegledy

Professor, Leonardo

Presenters
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Tyler Fox

Studio Director, IMD, University of Washington | Bothell
Tyler Fox is an artist, researcher and educator interested in posthumanism, relational ontology, process philosophy, assemblage, nonhumans, emergence, technology…and more. His work focuses on creating shared experiences between humans and nonhumans. He received his PhD from the... Read More →
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Thecla Schiphorst

Professor, SFU
Dr. Thecla Schiphorst is Associate Director and Associate Professor in the School of Interactive Arts and Technology at Simon Fraser University in Vancouver, Canada. Her background in dance and computing form the basis for her research in embodied interaction, focusing on movement... Read More →
JW

Jenna Walsh

Indigenous Initiatives Librarian, Simon Fraser University


Wednesday August 19, 2015 11:30am - 1:00pm
Studio D, Room 2270 Simon Fraser University (Goldcorp Centre for the Arts, 149 West Hastings Street, Vancouver, BC V6B 1H4, Canada)

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