Intersections: Where Art and Science Meet

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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.

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 …

2023

2022

Physics of Dance: How Do They Do That

Physics of Dance: How Do They Do That

Aired Saturday, December 17, 2022Physics of Dance: How Do They Do That Show #208 Talking about the amazing ability of human dancers to do things that seem to defy gravity and other laws of physics but in reality, use those very principles to create the illusions on...

Time Lapse Imagery: Capturing Time in the Camera

Time Lapse Imagery: Capturing Time in the Camera

Aired Saturday, November 26, 2022Time Lapse Imagery: Capturing Time in the Camera Show #205 Talking about Time-lapse photography: a technique in which the frequency at which frames are captured is much lower than the frequency used to view the sequence. When played at...

Tusk: Uncovering a Mystery in the Maine Woods

Tusk: Uncovering a Mystery in the Maine Woods

Aired Saturday, November 12, 2022Tusk: Uncovering a Mystery in the Maine Woods Show #203 Talking about his new book “Mystery Tusk: Searching for Elephants in the Maine Woods.” The story begins with the search for a mysterious tusk that seems to have two conflicting...

The Science Behind Monster Legends

The Science Behind Monster Legends

Aired Saturday, October 29, 2022The Science Behind Monster Legends Show #201 Talking about some of the science behind monster legends - real life diseases or disorders that may have spawned or fueled monster legends. Guests Dr. William Sullivan, Showalter Professor of...

Time Lapse Imagery: Capturing Time in the Camera

Time Lapse Imagery: Capturing Time in the Camera

Aired Saturday, October 22, 2022Time Lapse Imagery: Capturing Time in the Camera Show #200 Talking about Time-lapse photography: a technique in which the frequency at which frames are captured is much lower than the frequency used to view the sequence. When played at...

Imaging Science: Inside the Magic of Ultrasound Art

Imaging Science: Inside the Magic of Ultrasound Art

Aired Saturday, October 1, 2022Imaging Science: Inside the Magic of Ultrasound Art Show #197 Talking about a new exhibition of Ultrasound Images that art students from Herron and Biomedical Engineering Students from the Engineering and Technology School created over...

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