Science, Art, Litt, Science based Art & Science Communication
The science -art education models of India and the US - A study related to science advancement and communication:
They say the grass will always be greener on the other side of the fence. I feel this is true whenever I come across the debate on STEM ( Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) and STEAM ( add arts for A) models of education. Want to know why? Read on....
In recent times science-art promoters in the West, especially in the US, are stressing the need for…Continue
Added by Jonathan Zilberg on February 21, 2013 at 8:23pm — No Comments
I proposed some techniques related to composition of fine art
belonging to the field of Science-Art
For introduction see the links;
Artists keep asking me some questions regarding science and art interactions. I want to give replies to as many as I can. If anybody wants to ask more questions they are welcome to add them in the form of comments.
Q 1. An artist:
I know an artist in Oceania who makes his own paper from certain kinds of bark. He grinds rocks for color, one type of rock from each of four islands. His brush is actually dried seeds from the pandanus tree.
With all of this he does the most amazing…
For a list of critical art-sci references, and more, see the Cumulative Index for the journal Leonardo at:
Here are a few examples starting from the bottom of the list:
Zet, Martin. "Snails" in Special Section "Art and Biology" Leonardo 31, No. 4. 1998
Wilson, Stephen. Review of Invisible Vision: Could…Continue
Added by Jonathan Zilberg on February 5, 2013 at 7:58pm — No Comments
This is an essay published in 2011 in Leonardo Reviews Quarterly. It considers the problematic legacy of C. P. Snow's idea of Two Cultures and revisits the work of John Steinbeck and Vladimir Nabakov as authors whose literary works were deeply informed by science while commenting more generally on the long history of art-sci interactions.…Continue
A VIEW ON HOW SCIENTIFIC CREATIVITY DIFFERS FROM ARTISTIC CREATIVITY AND HOW ARTISTS CAN HELP SCIENCE and the people around if they want to BY CHANGING THEIR CREATIVE MECHANISMS
The most erroneous stories are those we think we know best -- and therefore never scrutinize or question. -Stephen Jay Gould, paleontologist, biologist, author (1941-2002)
Scientists and artists are coming together very frequently these days because of the sci-art interactions. And as a keen observer of…Continue