Daily Archives: January 19, 2007

The Ironic Workout: five muscles at once!

This is a screenshot from a wonderful anatomy learning tool, Artnatomy, by artist and educator Victoria Contreras Flores. It’s meant to teach facial anatomy in a Fine Arts context, but would work equally well in an introductory A&P course. Teaching … Continue reading

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Poem (Poe-m) of the Week: To Science

It’s Edgar Allan Poe’s birthday today, so the poem of the week must be his. Sadly, Poe did not seem to have a cuddly relationship with science. He’s downright accusatory: To Science Edgar Allan Poe Science! true daughter of Old … Continue reading

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Are those tentacles on your ceiling?

Bisbiglio d’Amaranto Adam Wallacavage, 2006 Mixed media, epoxy resin coated cast plaster with lamp parts Welcome to Captain Nemo’s dining room! I’ve capitulated, and created a new post category: cephalopodmania. Where else can I file the unique work of Adam … Continue reading

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