WHY SCIENCE NEEDS ART (AND VICE VERSA)
When I was a young girl, I was told that I was "gifted" at math and science. Then I was told that I had a moral obligation to pursue a career in a STEM field... twenty-five years later, I started to wonder if this was true.
I presented this PechaKucha style talk last night at Dark Sky Brewing for the Flagstaff Mountain Film Festival. I re-recorded it and (lazily) animated the slides for this version.
Flagstaff Mountain Film Festival 2018: 15 by Flagstaff
By: Angie B. Moline
THANKS FOR MAKING 2017 A GREAT YEAR
I want to thank all of my 2017 clients for making it a great year! Here's to more productive meetings in 2018...
Thanks to the folks who attended last night's visual communication workshop at the Flagstaff Public Library!
It was great to hear how you will use these skills for teaching, science outreach, and group facilitation. There are a few housekeeping ideas that I want to leave you with before the workshop escapes too far into the past. These are nuts and bolt tips that will help you work successfully (and keep your clients happy):
It was fun to see you tackle the quick draw exercise at the end of the workshop... Pictionary is a great way to practice your visual skills. Thanks for the great doodling ideas for these words - muffin top, walking a tightrope, pickpockets, fat free!