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The Art of STEM

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The trajectory of science, technology, engineering, mathematics (STEM) and art exhibition, from high school to professional gallery spaces.

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The Art of STEM

  1. 1. The Art of STEM Expressing science, technology, engineering &mathematics concepts through art and culture. By Nettrice R. Gaskins
  2. 2. The New York Academyof Sciences, 1988Left: Dawn Kachele. “P.T.C.A.”; Right: Dirk Lough. “Thoughts.”
  3. 3. “Art of Anatomy,” 1988Left: Nettrice R. Gaskins. “Art of Anatomy”; Right: Jefferson County Public Schools publication.
  4. 4. Photos by Olivier Ouadah
  5. 5. Left: Jerry Ross. "Xenon Plasma Accelerator," 2010. Courtesy of Princeton University; Right: Hiroshi Sugimoto. "Mathematical Forms:Surface 0009"Conic Surface of Revolution with Constant Negative Curvature", 2007. Courtesy of Fondation Cartier.
  6. 6. Top Left: Bill Gaskins. Tamara and Tireka, Easter Sunday, Baltimore, MD, 1995; Bottom Right: Tim Portlock. Farm, 2011.
  7. 7. Left: Yayoi Kusama. “Accumulation #1,” 1963. Courtesy of the artist; Middle: Saya Woolfalk. “The Empathics,” 2011. Courtesy of theartist; Right: Sanford Biggers. “Ghetto Bird Tunic,” 2003/2006. Courtesy of the artist.
  8. 8. Top Left“No. 19 H. S. W.,” 1956. Gift of Sally and Wynn Kramarsky. © 2012 Yayoi Kusama; Bottom Left: Moneyless. “Per Aspera AdAstra,” 2012. SOZE Gallery.; Right: Dorothea Rockburne. Universe Series, 1994-1999.
  9. 9. Left: Dhalmula Burarrwanga, ‘Garrung (coral)’, 2012, screenprint. Printers: Dhalmula Burarrwanga and Annie Studd; Right: LynetteWalworth. "Coral Rekindling Venus (Coral RV)," 2013.
  10. 10. Left: Gunybi Ganambarr at at Annandale Galleries (Sydney). Photo by Renee Nowytarger. Source: The Australian; Right: SWARTE.“The Freedom of Yolngu,” 2013. Photo by SWARTE.
  11. 11. culture + cognition + vernacular + mobile technologyLeft: Nyapanyapa Yunupingu, ‘Birrka’mirri’, 2012, linocut. Printers: Annie Studd and Ruby Djikarra Alderton; Middle: MikeyGurruwiwi, ‘Ngarra’, 2012, screenprint. Printers: Mikey Gurruwiwi and Sean Smith; Right: Yung Jake. “Augmented Real,” 2013.

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