Mapping Occupations (Winter 2012)
This winter, faculty and first-year students in the CAT program explore occupations in the largest sense—the spaces where we live, work, study, and move every day. How are these spaces designed for particular purposes and how do we (in turn) re-purpose these spaces? How are our occupations—not only our living spaces, but our lifestyles, habits, and desires—shaped by modern medicine and technologies? How do buildings, neighborhoods and cities tell stories, both explicit and implicit, both public and private? How can we map this world, and in turn, change it? These are some of the questions explored in our courses and in the artwork exhibited as part of Mapping Occupations.
February 2 - March 31, 2012
Pepper Canyon Hall, 2nd floor
Sixth College, Academic Programs
Free and open to the public