Organizing Children and Youth Mathematical Art Exhibits and Interpreting MathArt-works through a Collaborative, Transdisciplinary Practice
Fenyvesi, K., Brownell, C., Burnard, P., Steyn, C., Olivier, W., Sinha, P., Lavicza, Z., Lehto, S., & Peltonen, K. (2020). Organizing Children and Youth Mathematical Art Exhibits and Interpreting MathArt-works through a Collaborative, Transdisciplinary Practice. In C. Yackel, E. Torrence, K. Fenyvesi, R. Bosch, & C. S. Kaplan (Eds.), Proceedings of Bridges 2020 : Mathematics, Art, Music, Architecture, Education, Culture (pp. 539-546). Tessellations Publishing. Bridges Conference Proceedings. http://archive.bridgesmathart.org/2020/bridges2020-539.pdf
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This workshop will build upon a process developed by some of the authors for interpreting the mathematical and artistic knowledge demonstrated in MathArt-works created by children and youth. The participants will be separated into small groups and be given a MathArt-work to interpret. Each group will develop their own “Rhizomatic” representation of their interpretation which will be shared with the whole group during a “Gallery Walk” exhibition. Finally, all participants will discuss the creation of a network of practitioners interested in organizing children and youth mathematical art exhibits.
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