Seniors at High Tech High Media Arts were challenged by their digital art and math teachers to find the beauty, humanity and intrigue behind math in history, philosophy and the applied arts. The goal was to promote math awareness through art, media and design.
Projects developed into an array of math abstractions and celebrations in the mediums of sound, video, animation, photography and interactive installation. A show featuring the student projects was hosted at the Sushi Performance and Visual Art Center, a San Diego-based, non-profit multidisciplinary presenting organization, which cultivates alternative voices in the contemporary arts.
For more information, contact Margaret Noble, CCTE teacher .
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