Exercise some creative curiosity
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Join liberal arts professors for inquisitive examinations of color, technology and illustration at “The Big Think: A Curious Evening with Faculty.”
“Coloring the City”
Susan Falls takes you on an exploration of color in the urban landscape and what its use reveals about the people who live there.
“The Use of Smart Pens in the Mathematical Classroom”
Using smart pens in math class gives Samuel Gross’ students an easy way to digitally record computations. Learn how these tools can enhance your collaborations.
“Adaptation and Repurposing in ‘Frankenstein’ Illustrations”
Kate Newell analyzes Lynd Ward’s artwork and asks you to consider ways illustrations’ ease of reproduction expands word-image relationships and perpetuates the idea these works are merely supplemental.
“The Big Think: A Curious Evening with Faculty” is free and open to the public.