[ASC-list] Examples of creative/interpretive art-science lessons?
mishad at me.com
Thu Jun 27 14:38:50 UTC 2013
I would like your help finding examples of creative-arts workshops/classes for adults that focus on a scientific theme.
I am in Canada developing a series of informal learning activities for artistically inclined individuals to learn about science.
These will include dance, drawing, painting, ceramic and music workshops/lessons that are run by myself and a guest scientist.
I know of some wonderful arts-science collaborations (listed below), but I am specifically seeking lesson planning guides, or research around learning outcomes where creative arts have been used to interpret scientific concepts.
Can you think of...
Practical how-to guides or lesson templates? (for adults)
Research centred on creative arts and interpretive learning?
Institutes or journals publishing papers in this area?
Someone somewhere doing really cool and innovative stuff?
Examples (research or anecdotal) of creative arts being used successfully to teach science.
I would love to know about it!
Some arts-science collaborations
Institute for Figuring's Coral Reef Project
The Arts Catalyst
Australian Network for Art and Technology (ANAT), and the International Symposium on Electronic Art
The International Society for the Arts, Sciences and Technology
About My Brain, Brain Art Project
Foundation for Art and Creative Technology (FACT)
Dance your PhD
Spontaneous creativity (creative geometry workshop example)
Illustration | Visual & Scientific Communication
"The most beautiful thing we can experience is the mysterious. It is the source of all true art and all science." - A. Einstein
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