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Biodiversity Heritage Library
Inspiring discovery through free access to biodiversity knowledge.

The Biodiversity Heritage Library improves research methodology by collaboratively making biodiversity literature openly available to the world as part of a global biodiversity community.
art  biology  ecology  images  library 
6 weeks ago by gdw
You Can Now Download 150,000 Free Illustrations of the Natural World | Smart News | Smithsonian Magazine
The artworks, collected by the open-access Biodiversity Heritage Library, range from animal sketches to historical diagrams and botanical studies
art  biology  free  nature  illustrations 
6 weeks ago by gdw
Fubiz Media
From the world of the arts and digital design, Romain Colin has been the founder & creative director of the website Fubiz Media for 10 years. Based in Paris since 2005, curating creative content and playlists for a large worldwide community of enthusiasts creators and artists.
art  blog  design  inspiration  media 
10 weeks ago by gdw
Helping doctors connect with patients through art | Hub
BEAM—short for Bedside Education in the Art of Medicine—a project created by Margaret Chisolm and Susan Lehmann in the School of Medicine's Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences as a way to foster empathy with patients.
jhmi  fine  art  patient  empathy  BEAM 
august 2019 by gdw
devartis
OUR PHILOSOPHY
Software development is a place where art and science come together in the human mind and are then refined and improved by experience.
Software  development  as  an  art 
august 2019 by gdw
What Time Looks Like to Philip Glass
Composer Philip Glass talks time with painter Fredericka Foster.
art  music  time 
july 2019 by gdw
Transcending Science: Can Artists Help Scientists Save the World? - Eos
The artistic process begins with human engagement. Perhaps the revolution we need to address climate change begins by making it an integral part of the scientific method.
art  science  climate  change 
july 2019 by gdw
The first piece of AI-generated art to come to auction | Christie's
AI artwork sells for $432,500 — nearly 45 times its high estimate — as Christie’s becomes the first auction house to offer a work of art created by an algorithm
ai  art  GAN 
july 2019 by gdw
ISEA2019
The series of ISEA symposia is coordinated by ISEA International. Founded in the Netherlands in 1990, ISEA International (formerly Inter-Society for the Electronic Arts) is an international non-profit organization fostering interdisciplinary academic discourse and exchange among culturally diverse organizations and individuals working with art, science and technology. ISEA International Headquarters is supported by the University of Brighton (UK)
ISEA2019  International  Symposium  onElectronic  Art  pcm50 
june 2019 by gdw
DIGICULT | Digital Art, Design and Culture | Since 2005
Established in 2005 Digicult is one of the main international platforms investigating the impact of technologies and sciences on art, design and contemporary culture.
platform  science  technology  art  design  contemporary  culture  sam  hoch 
may 2019 by gdw
About Colossal | Colossal
Colossal is an international platform for contemporary art and visual expression that explores a vast range of creative disciplines.
internet  international  art  platform  visual  expressive  range  of  creative  vision 
may 2019 by gdw
Algorithmic Art Assembly!
Two days of talks and two nights of live music, focused on algorithmic tools and processes.
algorithmic  art  conference 
april 2019 by gdw
Derivative TouchDesigner
TouchDesigner is a visual development platform that equips you with the tools you need to create stunning realtime projects and rich user experiences.  Whether you're creating interactive media systems, architectural projections, live music visuals, or simply rapid-prototyping your latest creative impulse, TouchDesigner is the platform that can do it all.
3d  art  graphics  programming  software  interactive  processing 
march 2019 by gdw
openFrameworks
openFrameworks is an open source C++ toolkit for creative coding.
art  coding  creativity  framework 
january 2019 by gdw
The music industry sells classical as soothing background music — robbing a great art of its power. - The Washington Post
The music industry sells classical as soothing background music — robbing a great art of its power.
esp  classical  music  soothing  background  robbing  power  art 
december 2018 by gdw
Who is the most overrated rock band in history? - Quora
interesting response by Greg Holley about art music vs rock music
music  art  rock 
december 2018 by gdw
Monoskop
Welcome to Monoskop, a wiki for collaborative studies of the arts, media and humanities.
archive  art  design  media  wiki 
december 2018 by gdw
The Art of Mathematics – Arts & Sciences Magazine
Deep thinkers all, our mathematicians spend their days gripped by “the music of reason.”
art  music  culture  math  jhu 
november 2018 by gdw
IAN CHENG
It’s quite a feat for a cognitive scientist to become one of the most acclaimed new artists. His unique video installations are inspired by his background in science yet take on a fascinatingly imaginative life of their own: a virtual ecosystem.
3d  animation  art  artist  portfolio  neuroscience 
november 2018 by gdw
BBC - Travel - Japan’s unusual way to view the world
Wabi-sabi offers a refuge from the modern world's obsession with perfection, and accepts imperfections as all the more meaningful – and, in their own way, beautiful.
art  beauty  nature 
october 2018 by gdw
Processing Foundation
Our mission is to promote software literacy within the visual arts, and visual literacy within technology-related fields — and to make these fields accessible to diverse communities.

We do this by developing and distributing a group of related software projects, which includes Processing (Java), p5.js (JavaScript), and Processing.py (Python), and facilitating partnerships and collaborations with allied organizations and individuals, to build a more diverse community around software and the arts.
processing  foundation  programming  software  graphics  art 
september 2018 by gdw
Grace Paley on the Art of Growing Older – Brain Pickings
“The main thing is this — when you get up in the morning you must take your heart in your two hands. You must do this every morning.”
art  growing  older  philosophy  writing  essays  aging  grace  paley 
july 2018 by gdw
Angela He
freshman@stanford | intern@zynga | makes art and games https://zephyo.github.io/
Jun 10

From Zero to Game Designer: how to start building video games even if you don’t have any experience
game  design  art  cs  stanford  young  programmer  itp 
june 2018 by gdw
See this fascinating apparatus that turns natural forces into artists |
Gallery: See this fascinating apparatus that turns natural forces — like electricity and magnetism — into artists
art  science  natural  forces  magnetism  electricity 
may 2018 by gdw
Becoming an Effective Instructor on Camera: Tips from the Art Director’s Studio | Coursera Blog
Creating engaging videos is one of the greatest challenges for online teaching, as video can create learning experiences that go beyond the classroom. The instructor’s enthusiasm and passion for the topic is crucial when it comes to creating an engaging video.
video  instruction  tips  art  direction 
may 2018 by gdw
about – Greg Dunn Design
I enjoy Asian art. I particularly love minimalist scroll and screen painting from the Edo period in Japan. I am also a fan of neuroscience. Therefore, it was a fine day when two of my passions came together upon the realization that the elegant forms of neurons (the cells that comprise your brain) can be painted expressively in the Asian sumi-e style. Neurons may be tiny in scale, but they posess the same beauty seen in traditional forms of the medium (trees, flowers, and animals).

I admire the Japanese, Chinese, and Korean masters because of their confidence in simplicity. I try to emulate this idea.

In October 2011 I finished my doctorate in Neuroscience at University of Pennsylvania. Since then I have been devoting my time to painting. When I’m not doing this I’m enjoying reading scientific papers, playing music and watching “How Its Made”.
asian  art  neurons  brain  neuroscience  Greg  Dunn  Brian  Edwards  Will  Drinker  David  Haldeman 
april 2018 by gdw
Blue Mountain Center
Supporting writers, artists and activists in Blue Mountain Lake, New York
art  newyork  residency  blue  mountain 
january 2018 by gdw
The Struggling Artist at 86 - The New York Times
Harry Bertschmann started his art career exhibiting alongside
Mark Rothko and Franz Kline. For the next 60 years, he painted
in almost total obscurity. Now he wants to get discovered.
artist  art  86  age  discovery 
january 2018 by gdw
Drip - Feed
A new tool for creators. By Kickstarter.
art  startup  drip  kickstarter 
november 2017 by gdw
Smithsonian Digitizes & Lets You Download 40,000 Works of Asian and American Art | Open Culture
Smithsonian Digitizes & Lets You Download 40,000 Works of Asian and American Art
Smithsonian  Digitizes  &  Lets  You  Download  40  000  Works  of  Asian  and  American  Art 
october 2017 by gdw
The Art and Concept of Self Reflected – Greg Dunn Design
Self Reflected is your brain perceiving itself. It is perhaps the most fundamental self portrait ever created, a hyperdetailed animated representation of human consciousness designed to mirror the functioning of the viewer’s own mind. Self Reflected asks the question whether the brain is uniquely tuned to appreciate its own fractal-like anatomy and elegant, wavelike electrical activity as a consequence of those traits underlying its own construction. It is a work of neonaturalism, inspired by the cutting edge of neuroscience and engineering to expand our understanding of the natural world.
brain  japanese  art  paintinging  microetching 
september 2017 by gdw
magenta 0.3.0 : Python Package Index
tensorflow machine learning magenta music art
magenta  tensorflow  machine  learning  create  music  art  python 
august 2017 by gdw
Digital Creativity: Vol 28, No 2
Digital Creativity is a major peer-reviewed journal at the intersection of the creative arts, design and digital technologies. It publishes articles of interest to those involved in the practical task and theoretical aspects of making or using digital media in creative or designerly contexts. By creative arts and design we include such disciplines as fine art, graphic design, illustration, photography, printmaking, sculpture, 3D design, interaction design, product design, service design, physical computing, computational materials, textile and fashion design, filmmaking, animation, games design, music, dance, drama, architecture, and urban design.
art  creativity  digital  interdisiplinary  journal 
july 2017 by gdw
Anna Deavere Smith on Discipline and Learning to Stop Letting Others Define You – Brain Pickings
“What you are will show, ultimately. Start now, every day, becoming, in your actions, your regular actions, what you would like to become in the bigger scheme of things.”
advice  art  essays  discipline  self-definition 
july 2017 by gdw
Van Gogh on Principles, Talking vs. Doing, and the Human Pursuit of Greatness – Brain Pickings
“Principles are good and worth the effort only when they develop into deeds… The great doesn’t happen through impulse alone, and is a succession of little things that are brought together.”
art  principles  will  deeds  greatness  van  gogh 
july 2017 by gdw
Diseases of the Will: Neuroscience Founding Father Santiago Ramón y Cajal on the Six Psychological Flaws That Keep the Talented from Achieving Greatness – Brain Pickings
Diseases of the Will: Neuroscience Founding Father Santiago Ramón y Cajal on the Six Psychological Flaws That Keep the Talented from Achieving Greatness
art  creativity  productivity  science  will  disease  psychological  flaw  talented  fail  greatness 
july 2017 by gdw
LincolnVoice: Sanctuaries
Where do you go to recharge and get away from it all? The Lincoln Motor Company and Forbes BrandVoice teamed up to go inside the sanctuaries of creative leaders and achievers. Explore the spaces they go to think, get inspired and prepare for their next adventure in the 360-degree images below.
forbes  art  event 
june 2017 by gdw
tegabrain
Tega Brain is an artist and environmental engineer from Sydney. Making what she calls eccentric engineering, her work intersects art, ecology and engineering to address the scope and politics of emerging technologies. It has taken the form of site specific public works, dysfunctional devices, experimental infrastructures and information systems.
art  cool  design  future  technology  tea  brain 
may 2017 by gdw
Cycling '74
The artist creates a space as a mind's dream. His brain waves are controlling the code of a robotic composition to create an abstract space in the hotel room. He meditates on dreaming and the resulting changes of his brainwave frequencies will transform the code.
art  brain  waves  eeg  bci  max 
may 2017 by gdw
Jaw-Dropping Cinemagraphs Show Waves Are Works of Natural Art - Creators
Jaw-Dropping Cinemagraphs Show Waves Are Works of Natural Art
photography  nature  waves  art 
may 2017 by gdw
Arts.Codes - About
arts.codes is a production and publication platform focusing on multiple forms of art with computational and algorithmic underpinnings.
Arts.Codes  multiple  forms  of  art  computational  algorithmic  underpinnings 
may 2017 by gdw
IanniX
A GRAPHICAL OPEN-SOURCE SEQUENCER FOR DIGITAL ART
iannix  A  GRAPHICAL  OPEN-SOURCE  SEQUENCER  FOR  DIGITAL  ART 
april 2017 by gdw
Artists 'have structurally different brains' - BBC News
Artists have structurally different brains compared with non-artists, a study has found.
art  artists  brain  creativity  science 
march 2017 by gdw
About – Arts.Codes
arts.codes is a platform focusing on multiple forms of art with computational and algorithmic underpinnings. It is a journal inclusive of the many digital/emerging media applications of today while also indexing historical works that are neither digital or electronic, but employ more traditional mediums or applications built with mathematical systems. arts.codes serves as a bimonthly digital journal and an annual printed publication presenting interviews with artists of all stripes, and reviews of exhibitions, performances and compositions. It is also a platform for open source distribution and creative sharing—where artists, designers and engineers share frameworks, techniques, code and methodologies with step-by-step explanatory articles.
computational  algorithmic  art  journal  meg  schedel 
february 2017 by gdw
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