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Identical twins and entrepreneurs Jacob and Cason Hunwick speak with Roger Malina on their experience sharing context throughout life, and the ideas on collaboration that have sprung from said shared context. 

Edited by Ryland Smith.

Direct download: Malina_Twins_Podcast.mp3
Category:The Bold Roast: Student Conversations -- posted at: 10:52pm CDT

Direct download: pac_006_pioneira_cienciarte.mp3
Category:PAPO ARTECIÊNCIA -- posted at: 5:39pm CDT

Exploration, play, and mastery of digital computer equipment has been a growing trend in public education for quite some time. Because schools have increased an emphasis for STEM practices across the nation schools must transcend linear classroom structures. The Digital Arts and Technology Academy is an effort to challenge that and to provide a new curriculum model in Grand Prairie Independent School District with an emphasis on starting at the middle school level. Curriculum strategy and development is something that all schools seek to be better at and with standardized test score accountability systems in place, teachers are always looking at new ways to increase student interaction as well as problem solving and critical thinking skills. The Digital Arts and Technology Academy is an effort to transform a traditional middle school structure within a three-year program design and use an approach to bridge post-secondary educational goals with public school systems through technology and a non-traditional classroom engagement philosophy. This will be a brief demonstration of strategies that can be implemented for school improvement, increasing interactivity, and why for us the transformation of a traditional school system can work in public education. 

Direct download: Nonsense_Is_Useful_When_Focused.mp3
Category:New Leonardos -- posted at: 7:35pm CDT

Echange de procédé. Dans cet épisode, Fabrice L’Hénaff s’entretient avec Christian Poincheval au sujet de sa participation à l’exposition Improbables  et des enjeux artistiques et culturels de notre époque.

Direct download: Rencontre_Avec_Christian_Poincheval.mp3
Category:Voices From the Crowd -- posted at: 4:39pm CDT

Linda Henderson earned her PhD at Yale University and has taught 20th-century European and American art in the Department of Art and Art History since 1978. Before coming to the University of Texas, she served from 1974 through 1977 as Curator of Modern Art at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. Professor Henderson’s research and teaching focus on the interdisciplinary study of modernism, including the relation of modern art to geometry, science and technology, and mystical and occult philosophies. In addition to periodical articles and catalog essays, she is the author of The Fourth Dimension and Non-Euclidean Geometry in Modern Art(Princeton University Press, 1983; new ed., MIT Press, 2013) and Duchamp in Context: Science and Technology in the Large Glass and Related Works(Princeton, 1998), which won first prize in the Robert W. Hamilton Author Awards competition in 1999.

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Direct download: AR_Linda_Final.mp3
Category:Athenaeum Review -- posted at: 5:14pm CDT

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