Bridging The Gap Between The Arts & Sciences

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Video of presentation given by Kim Bernard, UNE fall 2016 and spring 2017 Artist in Residence, describing her projects during the fall 2016 semester. These included the Henna Tattoo Project, the Clean Ocean Wave Sculpture, the planning phase of the Amphibious Tiny House, multiple course "drop-ins", and Art Invasions. Kim's slides from the presentation are included in PDF format as a supplemental file.

Publication Date

12-2016

Keywords

STEAM, art, science, higher education, artist in residence

Disciplines

Art and Design | Arts and Humanities | Educational Methods | Higher Education | Life Sciences | Physical Sciences and Mathematics

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Text and images © Kim Bernard.

Notes

Presentation subjects:

MAJOR PROJECTS
4:20 Amphibious Tiny House
12:40 Clean Ocean Wave Sculpture (COWS)
15:30 Pain Project – Pain Narrative

MINOR PROJECTS
17:30 Henna Tattoos
20:45 Doodle Buttons (during music event)
21:20 Dry Erase Board – What are you thankful for?

CLASS DROP-INS
22:10 Dean Meggison’s Physics course: Wave Machine
23:00 Holly Haywood’s photography class: Image capture
24:00 Jeri Fox’s Aquarium Science course: Mold making (in makerspace)
27:40 Stephen Burt’s Drawing course: Mark making to music and movement
29:00 Sarah Gorham’s Painting course: Face painting
29:45 Nancy Rankin’s Art Therapy course: Pottery
31:45 Michael Burman’s The Brain course: Perception and deception
34:00 Amy Deveau’s Chemistry course: Indigo dying
35:30 Carrie Byron’s Marine Biology course: Critter collaborations
36:30 Stephen Byrd’s Spanish course: Artists introduction & salsa dancing

CLUBS, ETC
36:50 Maker Club – Sewing Workshop
37:40 Paint Night Fundraiser with the NOLA Club
39:45 Workstudy students/Windward Open Studio
40:55 Art Invasions
43:15 Get out the Vote

The PowerPoint slides presented in the video are available as a PDF supplemental file.

This presentation was given in the St. Francis Room of Ketchum Library on UNE's Biddeford Campus.

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