STEAM POWER: Art and STEM as a vehicle for change

Composer Wendy Loomis of the band COPUS at the premier of What if we…? In Washington D.C. in October 2019. Photo credit: Ciro Hurtado
Photo: Scale model of Mathemalchemy, a sculpture to visualize mathematics concepts created by Ingrid Daubechies and Dominique Ehrmann.
Photo credit: http://dominiquehrmann.com/en/mathemalchemy/
Artist Pantea Karimi’s hanging embroidery hoops and panels depicting women scientists at the San Jose Museum of Quilts & Textiles in February 2020. Photo credit: Pantea Karimi.
Photo from @stemfromdance: https://www.instagram.com/p/B-7A1FdAp7M/
Image courtesy of Radha Bharadwaj

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