Weather on Steroids: Exhibit Features Art Of Climate Change Science

Weather on Steroids: The Art of Climate Change Science

KPBS—Climate change science and art collide in a new exhibit at the San Diego Central Library. "Weather on Steroids" brings artists and scientists together for an exhibit that features mosaics, photographs and art installations that illustrate the effects of climate change through art. “Artists are arguably the...

Criteria for Quality STEM/STEAM in San Diego Rubric

The below STEM Collaboratory entities represent networks of networks within our community that help San Diego County prepare California’s most STEM-capable graduates. Each brings San Diego STEM players together and provides tools and resources to foster effective collaborations in order to develop San Diego as...

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...

Educating at the Intersection of Art and Technology

John M. Eger Director of the Creative Economy Initiative at San Diego State University (SDSU) is also the Van Deerlin Endowed Chair of Communications and Public Policy The last few weeks have been a celebration of sorts of the life and work of Steve Jobs, founder of...

‘The Hidden Code’: An Embrace Of Art And Science

MARCELO GLEISER iStockphoto On Thursday, the Boston Museum of Science will premiere The Hidden Code at the Charles Hayden Planetarium, a multimedia piece by Paul Miller (aka D J Spooky). The piece combines music, stunning visual effects and live readings to bring science to the general public...