I am a musician. I play the harp. I also once played the clarinet and the piano. I took dance lessons for 12 years (ballet, tap, and jazz). And I love to draw and paint, but I'm not very good at it. I love the arts and I love the intersection of science and art. Without science, you wouldn't have art. And without art, science would be very lonely and boring.
Here are a few fascinating articles that I found that show the combination of science and art.
More info coming soon...
This semester I worked with an amazing group to develop a really cool potential SEEDKit! It was one of the coolest things I've ever had the pleasure to be involved with. Here are some details:
I am sure that everyone has heard of the Quote “Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day. Teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime.” Yesterday, when I was thinking about the meaning of this phrase and its real life applications, I started to realize that it is not entirely accurate. Yes, it is better to teach someone to fish, but what if he has no means of procuring a fishing pole? You cannot teach a man to fish if he does not have a fishing pole to fish with, or if he does not know how to get one.
The Quirkology or Quirkology, is something that had been circulating for a while, but it never ceases to amaze and is always a topic of conversation in meetings, gatherings, and parties among "geeks" out there. Today I am sharing one of their most recent examples, but first a little bit of background story:
In the year and a half that I have spent as a Highschool student, I've found out that there are so many thinkers around me. I have friends that surprised me with their spirit of innovation and ability to come up with great ideas, in art, science, litterature, computer...etc.
What's even more surprising is that these people manage to shine, 'to plant their seeds' in sterile lands.