Cultural Programs of the National Academy of Sciences Podcast

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Cultural Programs of the National Academy of Sciences Podcast provides access to past lectures, symposia, and other events hosted by CPNAS. These events explore the nexus of art and science.
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🇬🇧 English
last modified
2009-08-07 11:21
last episode published
2011-11-08 14:06
publication frequency
58.58 days
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National Academies author  
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Number of Episodes
15
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Date Thumb Title & Description Contributors
8.11.2011

Cultural Programs of the National Academy of Sciences Podcast

Cultural Programs of the National Academy of Sciences Podcast provides access to past lectures, symposia, and other events hosted by CPNAS. These events explore the nexus of art and science.
National Academies author
31.10.2011

DC Art Science Evening Rendezvous (DASER), September 15, 2011

A discussion facilitated by JD Talasek with Irina Aristarkhova, Rebecca Kamen, Natalie Settles, and Stephen Tonsor.
National Academies author
5.08.2011

DC Art Science Evening Rendezvous (DASER), June 16, 2011

A discussion facilitated by JD Talasek with Pamela L. Jennings, Cynthia Pannucci, Michael Sappol, and Elizabeth Warson.
National Academies author
6.07.2011

Hildreth Meiere Paints the Great Hall: The Inside Story, April 6, 2011

Catherine C. Brawer, independent curator and historian, discusses Hildreth Meieres work on the NAS Great Hall.
National Academies author
14.06.2011

DC Art Science Evening Rendezvous (DASER), May 19, 2011

A discussion facilitated by JD Talasek with Harry Abramson, Michael Chorost, Randall Packer, Robin Shannon, and Zeev Rosenzweig.
National Academies author
6.05.2011

DC Art Science Evening Rendezvous (DASER), April 21, 2011

A discussion facilitated by JD Talasek with Amy Bastian, Max Kazemzadeh, Joanna Marsh, and Jane Milosch.
National Academies author
6.04.2011

DC Art Science Evening Rendezvous (DASER), March 16, 2011

A discussion facilitated by JD Talasek with Alberto Gaitan, Jennifer Lindsay, Siddharth Ramakrishnan, and Andrew Wingfield.
National Academies author
9.03.2011

DC Art Science Evening Rendezvous (DASER), February 16, 2011

A discussion facilitated by JD Talasek with Lee Boot, Thomas Skalak, Carol Christian, and Gunalan Nadarajan.
National Academies author
12.10.2010

Getting It Right in an Imperfect World, February 18, 2010

During this second annual African American History Program lecture, Dr. Wanda M. Austin discussed how living by your values, and working for an employer with values you admire, you can make a huge difference for communities, companies, and citizens. A ...
National Academies author
11.05.2010

Persistent Voices Poetry Reading and Discussion, April 22, 2010

This April 22, 2010 poetry reading and discussion at the Keck Center in Washington, D.C. explores the social history of the AIDS epidemic and its impact on culture.
National Academies author
20.04.2010

The Fry Street Quartet talks to Martha Woods after their October 4, 2009 concert at the NAS

This interview with the Fry Street Quartet took place on Sunday, October 4, 2009 at the National Academy of Sciences in Washington, D.C. after the Quartet's 3 p.m. performance in the NAS Auditorium. To learn more about the Fry Street Quartet, visit htt...
National Academies author
17.03.2010

Bioartist Eduardo Kac on Visual Culture and Evolution

This interview with Eduardo Kac and Kevin Finneran initiates a 10 day online discussion of the nexus between visual culture and evolution held April 5 through April 4, 2010. Visit www.vcande.org
National Academies author
17.03.2010

Photographer Mark Sloan discusses his exhibition, The Rarest of the Rare: Stories behind the Treasures at the Harvard Museum of Natural History

Mark Sloans photography exhibition was on view at the National Academy of Sciences in Washington, D.C. from July 30, 2009 through March 17, 2010
National Academies author
16.03.2010

200 Years After Darwin and Lincoln: Freedom, Choice, and Human Survival in the Contemporary American Democratic Society, A Lecture by Reed V. Tuckson

Dr. Reed V. Tuckson gives the first annual African American Hsitory Program Lecture on 200 Years After Darwin and Lincoln
National Academies author
10.08.2009

A Place Called Canterbury: Tales of the New Old Age in America

In 1994, New York Times writer Dudley Clendinen's mother followed the example of her generational compatriots: she sold her home and moved into an all-amenities-included geriatric apartment building: Canterbury Tower in Tampa Bay. Wealthy, poor, Chris...
National Academies author