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Pathways to Peace: IAP 2002 From Heart to Art to Part An Experimental 6 unit course run during IAP 2002 The Goal: To provide students with an artistic means of expressing their thoughts on peace and allow them to create lasting symbols thereof. DRAFT 1
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Choosing a Concept An Engineering Approach Students generated 5 concepts for their tiles. Using the Rohrbach technique, students evaluated other students’ concepts. Based on the constructive criticism, students picked their final concept. DRAFT 2
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Learning from the Experts Artist and Architect Experience Linda Miller One of the few waterjet artists in existence, Linda spent one week with the students. Linda’s input was pivotal in guiding the students. Wasma Charbouchi A faculty member of Harvard’s Islamic Architecture department, Wasma taught the beauty of cultural art and art making. DRAFT 3
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Converting Art to Engineering Moving from the Ideal to the Practical DRAFT 4 The most challenging part of this exercise was converting the concepts embedded in
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