ODE – The Art of Decision-Making Dynamics
Decisions in Arts, Life, and Science: Crafting the Narrative of Discovery
Join us for an engaging two-hour session that explores the intersections of decision-making in arts, life, and science.
Who Should Attend: This two-hour session welcomes individuals from various backgrounds – artists, scientists, professionals, students, and curious minds intrigued by decision-making dynamics. Whether passionate about art, navigating everyday life, or deeply involved in scientific pursuits, this event offers a condensed yet insightful exploration of decision-making across arts, life, and science.
1. Decision-Making in Arts, Life, and Science:
A concise introduction to the unique aspects of decision-making in these three domains.
Understanding how decision-making shapes narratives in arts, life, and science.
Short, focused workshops on decision-making in each domain:
Art: Exploring creative decisions and their impact on artistic expression.
Life: Discuss everyday decision-making, from personal choices to social interactions.
Science: Delving into decision-making in scientific research, emphasizing data-driven and heuristic approaches.
3. Cross-Disciplinary Panel:
An interactive discussion featuring experts from arts, life, and science.
Discover how decision-making processes in one domain can inspire or influence another.
4. Decision-Making Activities:
Engage in brief decision-making exercises highlighting commonalities and differences across arts, life, and science.
Learn to recognize and navigate cognitive biases in decision-making.
Join us for a condensed yet enlightening exploration of decision-making in arts, life, and science. Gain valuable insights into how choices shape narratives in these domains and discover the common threads that connect them. Reserve your spot now and embark on a two-hour journey of discovery and reflection!
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This is an in-person event. If you would like to attend, please book your spot in advance here. Attending the event is free of charge.