Weekly Links - May 27th, 2016 | The Digital Humanities | Emotion and Experience Design | Enriching Language Through the Untranslatable | Maintaining Creativity | STEAM Power
Our favorite stories and posts expose how art improves the everyday – by encouraging us to look at our worlds in new ways.
We’re especially interested in:
An exploration of pop culture’s influence cycle and the multi-layered nature of human innovation, through the lens of David Bowie’s art.
Where many of Toronto’s makers will make their mark: in the city’s Design and Typography Market (opening later this year).
How arts integration is transforming how students grasp math and the sciences in New England.
The importance of making space for creative placemaking in urban planning and development policy.
This week, as the calendar marches into spring (pun intended), these articles helped our imaginations to blossom:
Exploring another side of STEAM: the mathematics of great art
A Silicon Valley mythbuster on the perils of equating growth with value
What happens when merchandising meets a labor of love? This Toronto bookstore
Forbes on the necessity of democratizing creativity in corporations, for the sake of innovation