"Intersections: Where Art and Science Meet" Public Radio

Co-Hosts …

Mark Kesling

Mark Kesling is a pioneering artist and science educator in the field of museum education and design for more than 45 years. He is currently the Founder and CEO of the daVinci Pursuit. He possesses a unique set of skills, combining art with science in ways that engage learners of all ages.

Dr. Krista Hoffmann-Longtin

Krista Hoffmann-Longtin is an Assistant Professor of Communication Studies in the Indiana University School of Liberal Arts at IUPUI, and an Assistant Dean for Faculty Affairs and Professional Development at the Indiana University School of Medicine. She researches communication education and faculty development in the sciences and health professions.

“Intersections: Where Art and Science Meet”

From the studios of WICR, this is Intersections: Where Art and Science Meet, your weekly hour of conversation, where you learn about the curious intersections between art and science, with your hosts Mark Kesling, the Founder of the DaVinci Pursuit and Krista Hoffmann-Longtin, Assistant Dean for Faculty Affairs and Professional Development at the Indiana University School of Medicine. Listen to past shows, view photos of our guests, and learn more about the topics presented by clicking on title below …

Giant Pollinators (Repeat)

Giant Pollinators (Repeat)

04-25-2020 (Show #80: Taped) Giant Pollinators – Tom Swinford, Biologist; Patrick Mack, Sculptor – Talking about pollinators, sculpture, and the Urban Wilderness Trail.

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Challenges in Engineering Art Installations (Repeat)

Challenges in Engineering Art Installations (Repeat)

04-18-2020 (Show #79: Taped) Challenges in Engineering Art Installations – Chip Doeden, Mechanical Engineer; Julia Moore, Arts Council of Indianapolis; David Landis, Sculptor – Talking about the challenges with engineering large public art sculptures and the capacity of local artists to respond to these challenges.

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Art, History, and Science Education (Live)

Art, History, and Science Education (Live)

04-04-2020 (Show #77: Live) Art, History, and Science Education Along the White River – Kevin Hardie, Executive Director, Friends of the White River; Andrew Bradford, Vice President and Chief Development Officer, Conner Prairie – Talking about the ways in which partner organizations are activating education along the White River.

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Lessons Learned: A Look at the Art, Science, and Ethics (Live)

Lessons Learned: A Look at the Art, Science, and Ethics (Live)

03-28-2020 (Show #76: Live) Lessons Learned: A Look at the Art, Science, and Ethics from Auschwitz – Dr. Sabine Hildebrandt, Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, Harvard Medical School and 2020 IUPUI Scholar in Residence; Dr. Amber Comer, Assistant Professor and Scientific Researcher; Dr. Jason Organ, Assistant Professor of Anatomy, Indiana University Medical School; Talking about the lessons learned and the effects on medical/science ethics in the 75 years since the liberation of the Auschwitz concentration camp. Her book “The Anatomy of Murder: Ethical Transgressions and Anatomical Science during the Third Reich” was published by Berghahn Books in January 2016, and is the first systemic study of anatomy during National Socialism.

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The Flow of Rap (Repeat)

The Flow of Rap (Repeat)

03-14-2020 (Show #74: Taped) The Flow of Rap – Jordan Munson, Musician – Talking about the design of a giant boombox, rap music, and electronic soundscapes.

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Stream Dance (Repeat)

Stream Dance (Repeat)

03-07-2020 (Show #73: Taped) Stream Dance – Cynthia Pratt, Dancer; Travis Ryan, Biologist – Cynthia Pratt, Dancer; Travis Ryan, Biologist – Talking about the ways dance can be used to capture ideas regarding the science of water.

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One Giant Leap (Repeat)

One Giant Leap (Repeat)

02-22-2020 (Show #72: Taped) One Giant Leap – Joy Hernandez-Butler, artist/videographer/gallery owner; Brian Murphy, Butler University Physicist and Astronomer; Lauren Zoll, Artist – Talking about landing on the moon, Astronomy, and Space Art.

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To Eat Intelligently is an Art (Repeat)

To Eat Intelligently is an Art (Repeat)

Aired Saturday, February 8, 2020To Eat Intelligently is an ArtShow #71 Talking about the role of food in keeping us healthy and in healing.Guests Colleen Rocap, Plant-Based Food Advocate Terry Border, Artist/AuthorUpcoming One Giant LeapMore by this artist...Contact...

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Pleased to Meet Me (Repeat)

Pleased to Meet Me (Repeat)

Aired Saturday, February 2, 2020Pleased to Meet MeShow #70 Talking about how genetics, epigenetics, microbiology, and psychology work together to influence our personality and actions.  Guests William Sullivan, Scientist/AuthorUpcoming To Eat Intelligently Is An...

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