If you’re within driving distance of Kent, OH, consider attending Art Without Limits on Wednesday, October 11 at Kent State University. In addition to the exciting roster of successful arts entrepreneurs who will be sharing their stories and advice for developing an entrepreneurial mindset in the arts, there will be a makerspace with displays from a variety of artists, arts entrepreneurs, and organizations.
New this year is a high school track designed to provide students with hands-on experience in creating art under the guidance of professional artists. If you know a high school student interested in the arts, encourage them to join the 400+ students who have already registered!
If you’ve been paying attention to any news sources over the past year, you will have certainly seen content about artificial intelligence and its potential impact on humanity. Those of us who teach have long worried about AI and how students will use it to “save time” in their studies. I’ve found many articles and watched plenty of YouTube videos about how teachers have used AI, and I have been experimenting with it for courses, the podcast, and in general. In fact, Andy and I started using AI this year to help us with transcripts and show notes. While it’s been quite efficient, it’s not always accurate nor does it understand context at this time. Therefore we do have to proofread and edit any text before we post.
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