Seminar on Vernacular Technology in Traditional Art
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Seminar on Vernacular Technology in Traditional Art

A seminar on ‘Vernacular Technology in Traditional Arts’ is to be held at the Iranian Academy of Arts in Tehran on March 8.
The Research Department of the academy which is affiliated to the presidential office, is organizing the meet, according to the website of the academy, honar.ac.ir.
The topics to be discussed are study of materials and their application in art works, interdisciplinary studies for development of art-related technology, as well as cybernetics and bionics in connection with art products.
Other topics include a review on “measurement” factors in traditional arts, economy and vernacular technology in arts, socio-cultural aspects of art products in connection with the local geography and human characteristics, as well as vernacular tools and technical capacities in artistic creations.
The seminar starts at 2:30 pm at the conference hall of the academy located at No 1552, Valiasr Avenue, south of Taleqani Street.


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