Yearly Archives: 2013

Creativity in the Business of Being an Artist

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I had a wonderful time this fall on my school tour. It always feels so delicious to just be an artist. By that I mean, … Read More

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The Biochemistry of Love: A Recipe for Addiction?

biochem of love

I went to a party for polyamorous people recently. What can I say, I was curious. It was at a big house in Bayview-Hunters Point in San Francisco. … Read More

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Seneca Falls and the Women’s Rights Park

Yay, Seneca Falls!

Yay, Seneca Falls!

After my show last Wednesday in upstate NY, I drove to Syracuse – 140 miles. In the rain, … Read More

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Alfred University: Radical History and Exciting Interdisciplinarity

Steinheim Building at Alfred University

Steinheim Building at Alfred University

Another stop on my college performing tour has been Alfred University. It’s another place where I’ve learned more NY history. … Read More

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SUNY is Super-Cool in Pretty Potsdam

This week, I had gigs at SUNY Potsdam and Alfred University. My gig at Potsdam was on Wednesday, then I was due at Alfred, 285 miles southwest, by Thursday afternoon. … Read More

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Is There Intelligent Life Out There?

Endeavor
The Endeavor shuttle, now moth-balled at the CA Science Museum in LA.

I love the idea of space travel! Gravity plating, warp drive, … Read More

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Naming Hurricanes

This week’s post comes to you courtesy of 350.org – and funny video about naming hurricanes.

Go to http://climatenamechange.org/ … Read More

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BioArt: Drawing Attention to Biotech

A couple of weeks ago, I went to a great Leonardo Art-Science Evening Rendezvous (LASER) at UC Berkeley. These events feature 4 20-minute presentations by 4 different artists and/or scientists. … Read More

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Nationalized, Legalized Gay-Bashing: A Chilling Effect on Creativity and Innovation

As you know, I’m very interested in the intersections between art and science.  I’m also passionate about social justice.  Today, I’m thinking about the relationship between social justice and creativity. … Read More

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Alan Alda and Communicating Science

I’m thrilled to announce that I’ll be working with the Alan Alda Center for Communicating Science (http://centerforcommunicatingscience.org/)!

I heard about them in early May.  Apparently, about 5 years, … Read More

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