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Author Topic: European Society for Mathematics and Art  (Read 2378 times)
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« on: February 18, 2011, 10:45:44 PM »

ESMA was founded about two years ago with the following aims :

The European Society for Mathematics and Arts (ESMA) purpose is to promote communication between the scientific, mathematical and computer science community and the public at large through artistic means. To achieve this goal, ESMA encourages the creation and implementation of projects and works of art (visual, architectural, musical, performing arts, etc.) inspired by mathematics and science in general, without discrimination.

ESAM facilitates the exchanges of information and ideas through its website, publications, seminars and conferences, locally and internationally.

ESMA offers a host of quasi-public intellectual and material properties to all interested in communicating scientific endeavor through art form manifestations. ESMA hopes to help raise awareness and interested in all areas related to its objectives.

ESMA is open to any individual or institution that wish to support its objective, regardless of their nationality.


I would like to encourage you to become a member. One thing the Society can do is give you some visibility through regular group or individual public exhibitions of works.
(Jérémie Brunet's expo in Paris came about through the society)

See  www.mathart.eu for further information.
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« Reply #1 on: February 18, 2011, 10:54:43 PM »

Hi.

With over 100 posts it's a bit late to Welcome you to the forum, but thanks for posting this.  Do members have to be from Europe, or are us lowly Americans welcome too?

I think it's great that bib's work got the showing through you people.  Sounde like a Worthy Cause!
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« Reply #2 on: February 18, 2011, 10:56:44 PM »

Nationality is not an issue.
We already have members that are US citizens, and the more , the merrier..
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« Reply #3 on: April 28, 2011, 10:15:10 PM »

I will be representing ESMA and explaining fractals to children (and grown ups) at the next "Mathematical Culture and Games Show" (Salon de la culture et des jeux mathématiques) in Paris, Jussieu University, from May 26th to May 29th

http://www.cijm.org/

There will be 1 or 2 PCs for hands-on fractal discoveries, and maybe a printer.
I have also designed with a friend half a dozen of fake varied mandelboxes. In fact the cube faces are sticked onto wooden cubes of about 10x10 cm. That's quite nice. We are also building a Sierpinski triangle puzzle. And I will exhibit some of my work.

2 other forum members will also give a hand: prokofiev and s314159.

Thanks for your attention smiley
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« Reply #4 on: May 26, 2011, 10:45:23 PM »

Kids playing with the Sierpinski puzzle today on the 1st day of the event



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« Reply #5 on: July 03, 2011, 12:59:25 AM »

Good job.

I remember my sister invited me to come to her room ( a girly place where I was not allowed to come in ) because she wanted to show me something on her first computer.
She told me to be sure that it really was something for me
I would like it and so on.
yeah right....
Did not trust her of course because as her little brother I was only good for being made fun of and to teach everything she did learn in school since I became to big for usage as living doll. cheesy
She convinced me...
The minute after I had my first fractal experience: waiting for the image to appear on that IBM machine from a century ago.
While waiting she took paper and pencil and explained to me the fractal that the IBM was calculating with an H having  a smaller H at the four ends and even smaller ones at their 4 ends etc. etc.

She studied mathematica and informatica and how to teach that but I realised only 3 years ago that she was right back then; I do realy like it.

Children are the future and showing them the endless world of the fractal is a good thing.

There might be one inspired enough and become renewing genius of Benoit Mandelbrot his caliber.

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