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  • Date: 02/15/2019
    Resource Category: Peer-reviewed article
    Outreach activities at the interface of science and art present a unique opportunity to connect and engage with “latently interested” publics who do not otherwise take part in science activities like visiting science museums. In this paper, the authors present “Guerilla Science” as one model that supports the hypothesis that well-designed science ... »
  • Date: 02/11/2019
    Resource Category: Conference Proceedings
    This was the poster displayed at the NSF AISL PI Conference in Alexandria, VA, in February of 2019. Other materials included draft scripts, suggested findings, and VISTA props and stickers that are part of the game/show. ... »
  • Date: 11/03/2018
    Resource Category: Blog Post
    It’s a great job when you get to do stuff just for fun. For the last few days, I’ve been at the Science Museum of Minnesota, consulting on their new exhibit? Theatrical performance? Interactive game? called Infestation: The Evolution Begins. It’s a 3-part project funded by NSF to help teach key concepts of evolution to kids, and it’s looking ... »
  • Date: 10/01/2018
    Resource Category: Summative
    The Corning Museum of Glass contracted RK&A to conduct a summative evaluation of the temporary exhibition Glass of the Architects: Vienna 1900-1937. The goal of the study is to explore visitors’ experiences in the exhibition, which is a 1900-square foot exhibition situated within an expansive museum campus. RK&A collected 100 timing and ... »
  • Date: 06/05/2018
    Resource Category: Reference Materials
    Video of a "Game 1" performance as it was in June, 2018. It's constantly "evolving," and has changed significantly as "Game 2" is being developed. ... »
  • Date: 05/19/2018
    Resource Category: Peer-reviewed article
    Human-induced global change has triggered the sixth major extinction event on earth with profound consequences for humans and other species. A scientifically literate public is necessary to find and implement approaches to prevent or slow species loss. Creating science-inspired art can increase public understanding of the current anthropogenic ... »
  • Date: 04/07/2018
    Resource Category: Conference Proceedings
    This study was designed to examine narratives that families recorded shortly after visiting the Tinkering Lab at the Chicago Children’s Museum. We view this work as intersecting with the event memory literature concerning variations in parental reminiscing styles for talking about past events (Fivush, Haden, Reese, 2006). The study also connects ... »
  • Date: 02/26/2018
    Resource Category: Peer-reviewed article
    Increased integration and synergy between formal and informal learning environments is proposed to provide multiple benefits to science learners. In an effort to better bridge these two learning contexts, we developed an educational model that employs the charismatic nature of arachnids to engage the public of all ages in science learning; ... »
  • Date: 11/15/2017
    Resource Category: Peer-reviewed article
    This is a book review of "Cosmos and the Rhetoric of Popular Science" by K. Shroeder Sorensen. Shroeder Sorensen analyses in depth the close relationship of the TV-series Cosmos [1980] with the popular culture, in its broadest sense, at the time of its release. The novel application of Fantasy-Theme analysis to the rhetorical vision of the series ... »
  • Date: 10/24/2017
    Resource Category: Peer-reviewed article
    Marked by the diversity of initiatives linking science and art and by new presentation formats, the 15th Congress of the Network for Popularisation of Science and Technology in Latin America and the Caribbean (RedPOP) saw heated debates on science, culture, politics and society. Between 21st and 25th August, it brought together in Buenos Aires ( ... »

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