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Mad Art Cast Episode 3: #sciart Quickie

Mad Art Cast Quickie!

We’re dropping our third overall episode but our second short episode this week to shout about the cool #sciart tweet storm happening over at Twitter. Listen in then go check out the art!

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A B Kovacs is the Director of Døøm at Empty Set Entertainment, a publishing company she co-founded with critical thinker and fiction author Scott Sigler. She considers herself a “Creative Adjacent” — helping creative people be more productive and prolific by managing the logistics of Making for the masses. She's a science nerd, a rabid movie geek, and an unrepentantly voracious reader. She doesn't like chocolate all that much.


  1. March 9, 2015 at 3:24 pm

    Thanks so much for covering the Tweet Storm!

    I should clarify a few of things.
    1. You all rock.
    2. The #SciArt Tweet Storm was the product of our whole blog: The Symbiartic team Kalliopi Monoyios (@eyeforscience), Katie McKissick (@beatricebiology) and myself (@FlyingTrilobite).
    3. I didn’t create the #SciArt hashtag – the term has been used for years. I first encountered it when I joined the SciArt Listserv run by the Guild of Natural Science Illustrators. A few years ago, a number of people were using #artsci, others #scienceart or #sciart and a bunch of us discussed on Twitter which was best and all adopted #sciart. These days I think of it as a large umbrella term encompassing paleoart, bioart, earthworks, scientific illustration, scientifically inspired fine art, cartoons and more.

    Loving the podcast! Subscribed.

  2. March 10, 2015 at 6:42 pm

    Hey Glendon!
    Thanks so much for the clarifications and the history lesson. Maybe we can do a ‘corrections department’ when we next record.
    Thanks so much for listening and for spreading the word.

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