In the world of art and design, white space = negative space. Artists value both positive and negative space as they fill their canvases. Graphic designers position color, text, and image, with uncluttered care, in white space. Sumi-e artists entice the viewer’s imagination through suggestions of ink floating in white space.
It’s been a week since attending EduCon 2.3 and I’ve been reflecting on takeaways from the process of being present before, during, and after the conference. First, I thank the SLA team for their hard work in putting together an opportunity for educators to gather from all over, either face to face or virtually, and … Continue reading