The secret life of Node

Hello, this is Perla Montelongo, Director of Node Center.  You probably know Node Center for our online courses, but we have a hidden life that is pretty exciting and that we want to share with you. I’m aware that we send a lot of emails promoting our courses – we’re very sorry about that – but… View Article

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Introducing Prophecies

We're very pleased to introduce Prophecies, the very first theme of the Node Center Art Department. The aim of the Art Department is to explore experimental approaches to art that have significant impact on the world around us. As a way to narrow and guide our research, through this vast topic, we will be looking through the lens... View Article

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Node Center goes to New York!

In the timeless words of Frank Sinatra: “Start spreading the news, I’m leaving today.I want to be a part of it, New York, New York!!” For the last two weeks of April, I headed to the Big Apple to make the first steps of a collaboration between Node Center’s Art Department, Flux Factory and the New York Foundation… View Article

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The dream came true: Node Center goes to Tokyo!

At last my dream to travel to Japan came true! I had the pleasure to stay two months in Tokyo from November 2015 to January 2016 thanks to a collaboration with Arts Initiative Tokyo, an independent organisation dedicated to thinking about, learning and discussing art. They run a residency program for artists and a Contemporary Art School… View Article

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I Am Writing to… Open letters in Art Criticism

We are happy to launch the 2º Volume of  ‘Node Center Notebooks’, a collection of exercises from the online course “Creative Forms in Art Criticism and Writing”, lectured by An Paenhuysen. Thanks to all the authors and contributors!

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Piloting educational capsules in Mexico

Testing Node’s educational tool in high schools Last November Node travelled to Mexico to test a pilot educational tool for teachers, designed to strengthen lateral and creative thinking in their classrooms while at the same time teach their programmed class topics. We received great support from the Colegio México de Tehuacán, especially the teacher Salvador Arias and school coordinator Susana Wuotto who… View Article

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Node is going MAD in Tokyo!

Yes, but in a good way: MAD stands for Making Art Different. It’s one of Arts Initiative Tokyo – AIT’s educational programs, initiated in 2001. MAD is an independent contemporary art school in Tokyo and we will be facilitating a workshop with them on Saturday December 12th! Want to join?

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Wrapping-up the Innovators’ Program 2015

We can hardly believe that two months have passed so quickly and the Innovators Program of 2015 has officially come to a close. We want to share with you a summary of what happened in these last two months:

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Innovators’ Program Diary – Week 8

With a mixture of excitement and uncertainty we entered week 8: excitement for what we had done these past weeks and future prospects, as well as uncertainty as to how we felt about our final prototype.

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Innovators’ Program Diary – Week 7

With only two weeks left, week 7 started by increasing our working speed and preparing ourselves to really dig deep into our final idea.

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