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Rising Star Girls: #STEAM activities for space exploration, created by @Aomawa Shields

I finally had a chance to check out my friend Aomawa Shields‘ newly-released teaching and activity handbook for her project Rising Star Girls. Poetically subtitled “stars shine in many colors”, Rising Star Girls seeks to encourage middle-school girls from all backgrounds … Continue reading

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Imagining Black Futures: a mini-round-up on #Afrofuturism

Science fiction has long been a means for reimagining the present via our ideas about the future– a future that might be bright or dark, aspirational or apocalyptic. Stories about worlds with wildly different tech, social structures, and outcomes give … Continue reading

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Every Day is a Vigil

Like many others, I am shocked, saddened and angered by the grand jury’s decision in the Michael Brown case. And like many others have noted, the fact that I am white means I can be shocked, saddened, and angered– but … Continue reading

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Of Paintings and Planets

Next Wednesday, artist Matt Jones and I will be holding a discussion at the Bleecker Street Arts Club on art, astrophysics, and everything in between. Matt’s gorgeous, other-worldly paintings are currently on exhibit, I’ll be playing some of my sound … Continue reading

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Upcoming Exhibition: The Cosmos

Hey everyone, good news: three pieces from my Fluid/Dynamic series have been selected for exhibition in “The Cosmos”, the 15th International Art-Sci Juried Exhibition organized by Art & Science Collaborations. They will be on show in the New York Hall of … Continue reading

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