C3-in-Japan is a four-week summer abroad program run by the Center of Creative Computation that integrates data visualization, creative coding and interactive media with principles from complexity, chaos and emergence.
Creative Computation student Emely Villeda-Principe (’17) sends a photo dispatch from the current trip. Read more
Kyle Hobratschk (B.F.A. Art, ’11) loves older buildings with character.
As an under-graduate he began doing drawings and watercolors of homes for the Park Cities Historic & Preservation Society, leading to commissions from real estate agents, homeowners and commercial developers.
Hobratschk was featured in a can’t-miss interactive feature in the Dallas Morning News entitled Corsicana diaries.
Hobratschk on working in Corsicana, via our 2013 MPrint story: “It’s shown me the importance of building community,” he says. “Growing up, I thought of an artist as someone alone in a studio. You don’t imagine working WITH other people until you realize that a lot of things you want to do aren’t possible alone. I couldn’t do Corsicana on my own.”
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