Making Science Wearable: An Interview with Ariele Faber of Cerebella Design

Entrepreneur, scientist and fashion innovator Ariele Faber, founder of Cerebella Design, has been one of the pioneers changing the way we see the intersection of art and science by bringing us science we can wear.  The marriage of fashion and science is something that has continued to grow in popularity and explode on the market…

Starting the year right at the “Fire and Ice Festival” at The Lawn on D

The main attractions of the “Fire and Ice Festival” were the large illuminated ice maze and the fire dancers, with a secondary attraction being the food trucks the fire pits and the ice bar.  Postponed from the previous weekend due the warm temperature the “Fire and Ice Festival” got underway as biting cold Northeasterly winds…

Engaging Audiences and Exploring Creativity at FIGMENT Boston

I love art museums.  I always have.  With few exceptions most of the art museums I’ve visited have been different variations on the same theme.  It’s either been paintings on walls in galleries, or sculptures in galleries and gardens which you walk through.  It’s a pretty passive experience and it seems like the general idea…

Sightings: A Cryptozoology Themed Art Show

It’s hard to imagine what kind of work you might see in an art show with a theme like “Cryptozoology,” especially if you have no idea what Cryptozoology is.  As the Oxford English Dictionary defines it, Cryptozoology is,”the search for animals whose existence is disputed or unsubstantiated.” To me, this means Bigfoot meets the X-Files….