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Ever wonder where the openning music for a show comes from? In our case we contracted with local composer Becky Archibald to create a wonderful opening piece of music that captures who we are. Have a listen to the full composition.
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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.
03-21-2020 (Show #75: Taped) Art and Physics: A Strange Relationship – Andy Gavrin, Physicist; Jessica Reed, Poet – Talking about the intersection between physics and poetry.
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.
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.
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.