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Workshop: The Arts and Imagination: the role of metaphors, tropes and images in shaping experience and guiding action

7/4/2017 to 7/6/2017
When: July 4-6, 2017
Where: University of Adelaide
Adelaide SA 5005
Australia
Contact: Jennifer McMahon

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The American Society for Aesthetics is pleased to co-sponsor "Workshop: The Arts and Imagination: the role of metaphors, tropes and images in shaping experience and guiding action."

The initial segment of this project was conducted in San Francisco at the meetings of the American Philosophical Association-Pacific Division in April 2016.

Principal funding for the conference has been provided by the Australian Research Council, with an additional $7,000 provided by the ASA.

The 2017 portion of the project will occur at the University of Adelaide and Art Gallery of SA July 4-6, 2017. The ASA is supporting the costs of taping and archiving the events so they can be viewed worldwide. ASA funding is also supporting a travel grant of up to $2000 for the best paper submitted by a graduate student or untenured faculty who does not otherwise have access to travel funds for this meeting. This travel grant was only available to an ASA member. The winning paper, by Eleen Deprez, was selected by the conference organizers.

NEW: Abstracts for the 2017 program: PDF format

NEW: Abstracts for the 2017 Program: Word format

After the meeting, when tapes have been posted, ASA will publicize the URL so interested persons worldwide can access them.

CONGRATULATIONS to Eleen Deprez, University of Kent, for winning the ASA travel grant to present her work at the Workshop on The Arts and Imagination.

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