June 22nd, 2020 | Season 4 | 44 mins 57 secs
art, coaching, collaboration, covid19, creativity, family, minecraft, science, videogames
This week Kate and Rob share a some stories about our quarantine experiences. The main topic: playing Minecraft as a family.
This week's art and science picks: one is a drawing collaborative drawing tool, the other is a series of ancient historical buildings with an awesome theme.
August 18th, 2019 | Season 3 | 52 mins 9 secs
astronomy, coaching, creativity, family, goals, science, videogames
This week Kate and Rob discuss each of our latest summer projects, with a really good shared project announcement, also 2019 goals check-in. Also: Fish Quest Complete. Also also: we are clearly nerdy punks for enjoying all this goal talk.
This week's art and science picks: one about our home galaxy, the other is a new (to us) source of creative videos.
July 28th, 2019 | Season 3 | 48 mins 55 secs
fish, goals, marshmallows, music, pets, planning, treats, videogames
This week Kate and Rob discuss making decisions about pets and animal companions. Also: a quest for a fish has begun. Also also: making a solar oven is a fun craft that's less dangerous than it sounds.
This week's art and science picks: one about toasting sugar, the other is appreciating music from video games.
May 22nd, 2017 | 35 mins 26 secs
art, comics, crafts, creativity, family, science, videogames
In this episode of Art and Science Punks Kate and Rob discuss examples of trying again with creative projects and the workings of what trying again means for them.
Kate and Rob also explore an art pick and a science pick this week: a video game wherein you make video games and solar panels.
March 26th, 2017 | 45 mins 35 secs
art, crafts, creativity, data visualization, family, reframing, science, sleep, support system, videogames
In this episode of Art and Science Punks, Kate and Rob discuss the more challenging parts of balancing passion projects, work, and family. Sleep emerges as a major thread through exploring recharging, creative projects, and other recharging activities. Also: reframing strategies. Also: pie chart metaphors.