The Art of Science Learning (AOSL) – 3rd Year Project Update

Curriculum and Incubators The AOSL curriculum uses the arts to teach skills and practice steps common to most innovation processes, integrated with tools and best practices drawn from the Product Development Management Association Body of Knowledge and Lean Start-Up methodologies, developed in collaboration with some of the world’s leading...

UC San Diego Visual Arts Professor Moves ‘Mountains’

Faculty-artist and her students combine art and technology to re-create Devil’s Tower Clay oozes from a pump suspended by cables in a giant steel frame. Guided by computer software, the pump swings like a pendulum as it extrudes ropes of clay that will, over the course...

Science Shows Art Can Do Incredible Things for Your Mind and Body

Art’s sweet relationship with the brain and body makes a trip to the museum worth it. There’s no doubt that art has helped shape society. We build galleries that host priceless creations from the world’s best talent. People all over the world are familiar with famous...

CALIFORNIA IN THE CREATIVE ECONOMY – by John Eger

California in the Creative Economy (PDF) A White Paper Prepared For CREATE CA By John M, Eger Van Deerlin Chair of Communications and Public policy School of Journalism and Media Studies San Diego State University Fall, 2015...

GREEN STEAM

High school student Pierre combined biology, math, economics, and more to transform his campus greenhouse into a sustainable aquaponic system that provides fresh vegetables for the cafeteria. More Green STEAM at Green STEAM Communities ...

The Art & Science of Place-based Evaluation, October 5 & 6, San Diego

Do you want to learn the most effective practices for evaluating place-based initiatives from the brightest minds in the field? Connect with evaluators, funders, and community partners at Is This a Better Place? The Art & Science of Place-Based Evaluation. Join us on October 5 & 6...