“Water Views: Caring and Daring”.

“Water Views: Caring and Daring”.
More than 30 countries were represented and there were 18 nodes in 5 continents.
Camosun College Visual Arts Instructor John G. Boehme with Instructional Technologist Michael Andrew McLean ART 160 Intermedia class participated in an interactive global symposium and interchange
From 17 to 23 March 2014. More than 200 artists, activists, scientists, community groups, children, youth presented their latest work on the Tap, videoconferencing/media mixing system of Waterwheel.
The theme was “Water Views: Caring and Daring”.
More than 30 countries were represented and there were 18 nodes in 5 continents.
Here is the recording of our symposium presentation http://water-wheel.net/media_items/view/4884
Photos of the entire symposium are here http://bit.ly/3WDS14-photos

They are preparing material for the e-book with symposium proceedings.

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