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Andrew F. Scott: Sculpted TEDx Creative Coast: Jepson Museum. May 13, 2011

Digital Fabrication: Inspiring Innovation and Being Inspired by the Next Generation of Visual ArtistsProfessor Andrew Scott uses three mentors, Renee Darvin, Charles Csuri and Willis Bing Davis to present the philosophies underlying his teaching and how they informed his approach to working with students in art and technology at the Savannah College of Art and Design.

Andrew F. Scott 3d Studio Interview: 3D Studio Vision
Andrew F. Scott 3d Studio Interview: Artistic Voice
Andrew F. Scott 3d Studio Interview: Artists at UTDallas
Andrew F. Scott 3d Studio Interview: ATEC Synectics @ CometWorld
Andrew F. Scott 3d Studio Interview: Digital versus Plastic Arts Balance
Andrew F. Scott 3d Studio Interview: Future of ATEC
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Andrew F. Scott 3d Studio Interview

Place and Context

In this series of videos Professor Andrew F. Scott uses The ATEC 3d Studio, Digital Fabrication Lab and the Art and Technology program at the University of Texas at Dallas as an introduction to his teaching philosophy with an emphasis on the role of art and technology in his pedagogic practice.

  1. 3d Studio Vision
  2. Artistic Voice
  3. Artist at UT Dallas
  4. ATEC Synectics @ Comet World
  5. Digital vs Plastic Arts Balance
  6. Future of ATEC

Statement on Teaching

I don’t teach subjects; I teach people.

Inspiring students to think in new ways and to set high standards for creativity and excellence drives my teaching philosophy. As a teacher, I foster a learning environment in which student participation and peer teaching become an active part of the classroom learning experience. In this context Research, teamwork, and multi-disciplinary thinking are emphasized through problems that are broad-based conceptually, thus forcing students to find individual solutions. Synectics problem-solving strategies as used to make connections that resolve existing creative issues while revealing new questions. Individual and group critiques are used to provide students with an opportunity to present and defend their ideas and solutions.