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Streamed live on May 20, 2013
The ISAW4 Hangouts as a featured part of the 4th International Space Arts Workshop being held at NASA Research Park in Mountain View, CA, May 20-22, 2013. http://www.taksha.org/course/TFA721 Participants: Daniela De Paulis, Director, AstroArts; Ph.D. Arts student, Rietveld Academy/Leiden University; research on data transmission across space (Visual Moonbounce, brain waves), Rotterdam/Rome; co-facilitator. Richard Lowenberg, Director, 1st-Mile Institute: Scientists/Artists Research Collaborations, Santa Fe, created and participated in a number of NASA arts projects in the 1970s; co-facilitator. Adarsh Deepak, Ph.D., Chairman, Board of Trustees, Taksha University; Founder, President and CEO of Science and Technology Corporation in Hampton, VA; Workshop Co-Chair. Prof. Lowry Burgess, Distinguished Fellow, STUDIO for Creative Inquiry; former Dean, College of Fine Arts, CMU; created first official art payload taken into outer space by NASA in 1989; Workshop Co-Chair. Prof. Frank Pietronigro, Zero Gravity Arts Consortium, ITCCUS, Academy of Art University, TISA; created "Drift Paintings" aboard NASA's KC135 aircraft in 1998; Workshop Co-Chair. Annick Bureaud, Director of Leonardo/Olats; co-founder of the Collectif Nunc; independent art critic, curator, event organizer, researcher and teacher in art and techosciences; Paris. Nahum Mantra, Director of Kosmica, The Arts Catalyst; coordinator, ITACCUS (International Astronautical Federation's Technical Committee on Cultural Utilization of SpaceArts), London. Empress Stah, internationally celebrated aerial artist, neo-cabaret performer and show producer; Arts Council of England funded to develop a show exploring themes of space and evolution; UK. Ayako Ono, Ph.D. student, Space Medicine at Tohoku University Graduate School of Medicine; project intern at National Space Biomedical Research Institute; Houston/Tokyo. Julian Priest, artist and independent researcher; co-founder of wireless free-net Consume.net, and policy intervention OpenSpectrum UK, London; based in Whanganui, NZ, currently in EU. Rob La Frenais, Ph.D., Curator, The Arts Catalyst since 1997; advisor on cultural activities in the International Space Station; planning an exhibition on life and work on the Moon; London.