Monthly Archives: March 2012

Oklahoma ArtScience Prize Teams Make Project Presentations

On Thursday, March 8th, the six teams of Oklahoma ArtScience Prize (OK ASP) students made initial presentations to the jury in the Goldman Room at Science Museum Oklahoma. The jury consisted of: Dr. John Barthell – Dean of College of Science and Mathematics at UCO Dr. Bill Pink – Vice-President of Academic Affairs at OSU@OKC

Jonah Lehrer takes intellectual look at creativity

By Brian Braiker, Special for USA TODAY You’ve been there: In the middle of a hot shower, the solution to a problem that had been particularly vexing suddenly becomes clear, like a light bulb going off overhead. But what quirk of your subconscious is responsible for that? What happens in our brains during that “ah-ha”

Five professors in Oklahoma honored by DaVinci Institute for creativity

By CARRIE COPPERNOLL | Look at OKC The DaVinci Institute has announced the winners of its 2012 fellowships, in addition to other awards.       The institute is a nonprofit dedicated to promoting the arts, sciences, humanities and education in Oklahoma. Five fellowships were awarded: Gary Grady, Connors State College psychology faculty member, has integrated technology into programs at the college. Tim

FEAST Dinners to Fund Arts Projects Come to Oklahoma City

FEAST (Funding Emerging Art with Sustainable Tactics), an arts funding concept that premiered in Brooklyn, will make its first appearance in Oklahoma City this spring.  FEAST is a series of recurring public dinners designed to use community-driven financial support to democratically fund art makers. The Oklahoma first dinner, sponsored by The Paseo Artists Association, will