1. AI, Arts, & Design: Questioning Learning Machines (Artnodes No. 26)

    We are pleased to announce the publication of Artnodes issue No. 26 co-edited by Ruth West and Andres Burbano! Read the full issue for FREE here: https://artnodes.uoc.edu/206/volume/0/issue/26/ Explorations of the relationship between Artificial Intelligence (AI), the arts, and design have existed throughout the historical development of AI. We are currently...
  2. AI in the Arts and Design @ CAA 2020

    AI in the Arts and Design @ CAA 2020 For more information about the speakers and to see our photo gallery, visit the event page. The CAA 2020 special session on AI in the Arts and Design, sponsored by Leonardo/ISAST, featured an exciting and distinguished group of speakers addressing the topic: Does generative and machine...
  3. Alumni Series: Brittany Taylor

    UNT art education masters graduate, Brittany Taylor has a passion for connecting kids to art through learning experiences. Through her work at xREZ, the Crow Collection of Asian Art and the Onstead Institute, Brittany developed the Crow 360° Pilot Program. Her goal was to create learning experience for K-12 students that brought...
  4. Alumni Series: Anne Carlew

    xREZ alumni Anne Carlew contributed her expertise in neuropsychology to our 3D Segmentation research project. She received  her master’s in psychology and her doctorate in clinical psychology at UNT.  With six publications under her belt, Anne continues to pursue her passion for scientific research along with her clinical work. Her clinical focus...
  5. Alumni Series: Julie Libersat

    xREZ alumna Julie Libersat is a successful artist and art educator. Her work explores the themes of home, spatial meaning, and disorientation. She graduated UNT with a master’s in new media and a master’s in art education. At xREZ Julie explored ideas and ultimately developed her ROAM artwork, for which she received a...
  6. Alumni Series: Gussan Jalil

    xREZ alumni, Gussan Jalil, generated unique artwork by experimenting with the combination of electricity and photographic media to create a collection of art pieces using static electricity on different types of light sensitive film. Also experimenting with 3D printing, he designed a prototype for a camera lens cleansing cap using FormLabs...
  7. Alumni Series: Max Parola

    Max Parola is a recent alum of the xREZ Art + Science Lab. He’s also one of the first graduates from UNT’s new masters program in Interaction Design or IxD. Max’s interest in IxD design grew out of his passion for psychology and its numerous applications to designing game environments, particularly...
  8. Alumni Series: Molly Beyer

      A thought leader in user design and anthropology, and their applications to healthcare, Molly Beyer contributed to  an anthropological perspective to cognitive and perceptual research on 3D segmentation, while at xREZ. Molly graduated from UNT in 2019 having completed a highly interdisciplinary degree path. She holds an MS in Applied Cultural + Medical Anthropology, a...
  9. Alumni Series: Meghan Kajihara

    xREZ Alumni Meghan Kajihara brought an anthropological and ethnographic perspective to research at xREZ including 3D Segmentation and VR user experience in From Being There to Feeling Real. Graduating from the University of North Texas in anthropology, Meghan now works at NewDay Services for Children and Families, a nonprofit organization working...

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