Aubrey Hirsch’s comic blends clear, evocative visuals with research data on women and expressions of anger.
Insights into story telling, building thrilling narratives, editing, and bringing your full self to science communication.
This is a beautiful story of two people with different ideas and how they learned to share them and be changed by them.
I haven’t seen these yet, but they come recommended by Project Respect. Open Space hosted this project in the spring. “These videos were made in…
Painting is less linear than writing and reading. More synchronous.
Each episode of Alie Ward’s Ologies podcast begins with the premise of a featured “-ology” (a branch of science), but by the end is so much more.