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ESMA: European Society for Mathematics and Art
Join Jean Constant to discuss the ESMA international community for mathematics and art.
Full recording: voice, text chat, artwork, animation, web tour
Jean's document "Why I am involved in math&art"
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Saturday, November 19 2011 we will meet online at 11am Pacific, 2pm Eastern time.
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The European Society for Mathematics and Art (ESMA) website
promotes communication between the scientific community and the public at large through artistic means. It encourages the creation and implementation of projects and works of art (visual, architectural, musical, performing arts, etc.) inspired by mathematics and science in general.
ESMA is the latest development of an effort that originated at the Maubeuge conference of 2000 and was sustained for the last 10 years by the association ARPAM. The following pages summarize the mission of ESMA and report on its present and future activities. It also feature the work of its members and explain how to join ESMA.
A piece by Mikami Seiko featured in this month's newsletter:
is an artist exploring connections between visual arts and mathematics. You can see Jean's works at
Jean is an accomplished educator and lecturer. For over three decades, he has been a consultant and senior Public Art manager in public, non-profit and private sectors. He is especially interested in the educational, creative and administrative processes of art and technology education.
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