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Hybrid Practices is a conference presented by Spencer Museum of Art, March 10–13, 2015. The conference will explore three major aspects of hybrid artistic research including key hybrid projects from the past 50 years; shared vocabularies and the role of language in cross-disciplinary collaboration; and the impact of interdisciplinary work on the identity of the hybrid practitioner. Learn more and register here:
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As part of the Arts Research Collaboration initiative sponsored by the University of Kansas Research Investment Council, the Spencer Museum of Art is organizing an international conference on hybrid research practices. We seek to broaden our understanding of a pivotal period in America’s history and…

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