August 30th, 2020 | Season 4 | 41 mins 18 secs
3d, 3dprinting, art, cancer, cooking, design, donuts, family, future, makers, science, writing
This week Kate and Rob discuss our slow skill building to using our 3D printer: from modeling with Tinkercad to slicing with Cura and even learning a little Gcode. Also: we talk about how we recently learned Kate has breast cancer and she's begun chemotherapy.
This week's art and science picks: one is about crafting delicious donuts, the other is about writing positive futures.
November 21st, 2017 | Season 2 | 40 mins 53 secs
art, creativity, design, drawing, programming, science
In this episode of Art and Science Punks Kate interviews Rob about his belief that the ability to draw is something available to most anyone. Beyond that, drawing is incredibly useful especially when representing concepts with simple shapes.
Kate and Rob also share an art pick and a science pick this week: one is a little programmable robot; the other is a font.
March 20th, 2017 | 46 mins 29 secs
art, coaching, creativity, design, family, feedback, gamedesign, games, science
In this episode of Art and Science Punks, Kate and Rob discuss using game design as a way to give ourselves feedback on our own tasks, goals, and when we're coaching our kids. That's an experiment we call "teamwork and hustle" or "let's try this to see if this makes our morning routine suck less". As we do, we wrap up the show with an art pick and science pick of things we've found fun and useful.
January 16th, 2017 | 43 mins 16 secs
animation, art, creativity, design, gamedev, picks, science
In this episode of Art and Science Punks, Kate and Rob discuss using Design Thinking as a way to create and try alternatives when we're feeling stuck. Also: an art pick and science pick as a way to share fun, useful, and interesting resources!