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Abstract

Recently an email hit my desk from Paul Thomas in Australia with a proposal to work together on a “Cloud Curriculum for Art and Science”. I immediately agreed to collaborate. I don’t yet have a clue of what a cloud curriculum is, but what I do know is that we are ‘backing into the future’ in educational institutions and we desperately need a ‘cloud curriculum.’ We need to look over the ten year horizon. And in the emerging art-science field I doubt that the usual approach to curriculum development will work.

Author/Artist Bio

Dr. Roger Malina is a physicist, astronomer, and has been the editor-in-chief of Leonardo magazine at MIT Press since 1982, including the Leonardo Book Series and Journals. Leonardo was created by his father, Frank Malina, who was a kinetic artist and rocket scientist. Dr. Roger Malina also serves as Chairman Emeritus of the Board of Leonardo, The International Society for the Arts, Sciences and Technology in San Francisco, and President of the Observatoire Leonardo des Arts et Technosciences in Paris. He is a member of the International Academy of Astronautics and a founding member of their Commission VI on Space Activities and Society. He writes on the relationship between the arts, sciences and technology. Dr. Roger Malina is the Distinguished Professor of Arts and Technology and Professor of Physics at University of Texas at Dallas. He is also a Directeur de Recherche of the C.N.R.S. at the Laboratoire d'Astrophysique de Marseille.

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