January 12th, 2020 | Season 4 | 1 hr 46 secs
art, couples, creativity, family, goals, philosophy, planning, science
This week Kate and Rob discuss goal planning processes, demonstrate one of our activities in the Where Next Journal and talk about when big feelings help with goals. Also: getting stuck in the process of goal planning. Also also: Happy New Year!
This week's art and science picks: one is about archival quality art materials, the other is a messy and fun activity.
December 29th, 2019 | Season 3 | 47 mins 42 secs
art, command line, philosophy, science, social media, technology
This week Kate and Rob discuss comparison, ups and downs in the social media spaces feeling like you measure up or feeling like you don't measure up. Also: what do we intend to change about our social posting. Also also: super fun to be back even though Kate had a sore throat when we recorded this!
This week's art and science picks: one is a tough looking puzzle, the other is a very flexible tool and environment for solving all kinds of problems.
November 10th, 2019 | Season 3 | 52 mins 32 secs
art, coaching, costumes, crafts, creativity, halloween, science
This week Kate and Rob discuss props and costumes we made for Halloween this year. Also: why not all the projects got finished. Also also: it's good to be back doing the show!
This week's art and science picks: one is a creative challenge, the other is some chilly machinery.
September 3rd, 2019 | Season 3 | 59 mins 20 secs
animation, art, creativity, guitar, learning, lego, science
This week Kate and Rob discuss our experiences playing with LEGO bricks both growing up and as parents with kiddos into LEGOs. Also: how we feel about creativity and LEGO. Also also: buying our latest round of Legos via Mercari.
This week's art and science picks: one about a planet getting reclassified, the other is a sort of 3d animation.
July 8th, 2019 | Season 3 | 54 mins 52 secs
art, color, crafts, family, science, seasons, summer
This week Kate and Rob discuss nostalgic summer fun and what they do as a family for new summer experiences that hopefully the kiddos will look back with their own nostalgia. Also they ask about one another's Summer-jam-tunes. Also also: imperfection, not all the summer experiences are Instagram moments, both the ups and the downs.
This week's art and science picks: one about how we humans perceive color, the other is one of our favorite kinds of tape.
June 3rd, 2019 | Season 3 | 52 mins 55 secs
art, collaboration, notes, productivity, science
Kate and Rob talk about how Kate wants to find a new note taking tool, what she's currently using and how she'd like it to be better. Rob has lots of questions. :)
This week's art and science picks: one is a brief podcast and the other about charming shrinking plastic.
May 11th, 2019 | Season 3 | 50 mins 58 secs
ai, art, comics, machine learning, metal, music, science
Kate and Rob talk about Kate's comics, what caught our interest in being comic readers, making comics, and attending Free Comic Book Day.
This week's art and science picks: one is an algorithm making music and the other about bees.
April 23rd, 2019 | Season 3 | 44 mins 54 secs
art, creativity, family, space, travel
Kate and Rob talk about Kate's ideas, tips, and overall style of planning in what might become a multi part series. This time we focus on how she plans a travel event for and with the family.
This week's art and science picks: one is a trusted office supply the other is about a crashed space craft.
January 20th, 2019 | Season 3 | 34 mins 30 secs
art, creativity, encouragement, family, science
In this episode of Art and Science Punks Kate and Rob talk about some craft/science projects we've tried and haven't shared on the show. Also: we look up how to say "just kidding" in Russian.
Kate and Rob also share an art pick and a science pick this week: one is a way to visualize kind words the other is named after the Chinese myth of a Moon Goddess.
December 30th, 2018 | Season 3 | 1 hr 39 secs
art, comics, creativity, encouragement, family, goals, nasa, planning, science, zines
In this episode of Art and Science Punks Kate and Rob talk about why do we do goal planning and what makes the process successful. As we reflect we ask questions like:
- What makes the year successful?
- How much prep is needed? Is prep needed?
- Is it fun?
- For someone who has never done it before, how do I start?
- What if we started a goal planning band?
Kate and Rob also share an art pick and a science pick this week: one is a sort of camera in space the other is a fun use for folded paper.