Last week the Globe & Mail published a really amazing look at the science behind creativity. Whether it’s playing Schubert or dancing the tango, artistic expression has a tangible effect on the brain. A burgeoning field of research seeks to measure how we produce and experience the arts – and may even explain why we […]
Over the coming weeks and into next semester, teachers in the arts will begin rolling out student access to Google Apps from within our own website. This includes the full suite of Google Apps (Drive, G+, Mail, Docs, Vault, Sites, Calendar, Messages, etc.). Most useful for many Suzuki students is the new Google Drive storage […]
One Cab. One Take. One Great Artist. Check out the Black Cab Sessions from the UK for some really outstanding, and intimate performances. slow club from Black Cab Sessions on Vimeo.
I’m sure we’ve all had moments where technology just didn’t live up to our expectations sometimes and produced some less than accurate results. Check out this hilarious example of the unintended confusion from Google Translate run amok.
Check out this great profile on the innovative use of technology to create an alternative augmented reality gallery experience at the Cleveland Museum of Art. Article (image courtesy of the New York Times)