"I know scientists are frustrated," Karole Armitage, the famed dancer and choreographer, explained over the phone. "They’ve been giving the facts for more than 25 years and it hasn’t changed behavior."
A cadre of physicians is offering a different perspective on paintings by “diagnosing” pieces of art. Several medical schools have adopted courses to train doctors in observational skills by studying great works.
Though born without the ability to perceive color, artist and activist Neil Harbisson’s work, career, and life are anything but monochromatic. Recognized as the world’s first cyborg, Harbisson boasts an unusual aesthetic aid: an antenna implanted into his skull that enables him
An old musician’s joke goes “there are three kinds of drummers in the world—those who can count and those who can’t.” But perhaps there is an even more global divide. Perhaps there are three kinds of people in the world—those who can drum and those who can’t.
Art of STEM challenges Case Western Reserve University faculty, students and staff to capture or visually communicate the beauty inherent to scientific enterprise and research investigation in the form of a digital image. The competition was also open to Cleveland Institute of Art students who collaborate with a member of the Case Western Reserve community, as well as any student in grades 9-12 who currently attends school in Cuyahoga County.
The profession of dance can be masochistic; mastering one's body can be an infuriating challenge. Rarely is the dancer who escapes the pains of nursing strained muscles, torn ligaments, and the like. Yet, dancers endure this because of the incredible rush of endorphins, and the slow, but irrefutable changes in their bodies, mind, and spirit. Yes, dance is empowering!
After receiving her BS in Psychology from Colorado State University, Margolis continued her research in Neural Psychology while studying portraiture at the Art Student’s League. She furthered her studies in art at Parsons School of Design and the School of Visual Arts. During a Microscopy course at John Jay College of Criminal Justice, through the New York Microscopical Society, Margolis was inspired to diverge from her investigations of figurative art to create work exploring the universality of macro/micro patterns.
If you've taken a good art history course on the Impressionists and Post-Impressionists, you've inevitably encountered Vincent van Gogh's 1889 masterpiece 'Starry Night,' which now hangs in the MoMA in New York City.
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