Buckeye Beat: Weather data inspires art.

WESTMINSTER HAPPENS TO BE OUR FARTHEST-AWAY SCHOOL OF
VIEWERS…. ALL THE WAY DOWN IN GEORGIA…AND, EARLIER THIS YEAR, LIFE
ON GEORGIA’S COAST – ALONG WITH SEVERAL OTHER SOUTHEASTERN
STATES -- WAS DISRUPTED WHEN HURRICANE MATTHEW CRASHED THROUGH.

SCIENTISTS SAY SEVERE WEATHER, LIKE HURRICANES, HAVE BECOME MORE
FREQUENT DUE TO THE EFFECTS OF CLIMATE CHANGE – AND ONE ARTIST
AIMS TO DRAW ATTENTION TO CLIMATE CHANGE AND THESE DANGEROUS
WEATHER PATTERNS USING…DATA.

NOW, WEATHER DATA ISN’T USUALLY MUCH TO LOOK AT – BUT THROUGH HER
UNIQUE PROCESS NATHALIE MIEBACH TRANSFORMS *THIS* INTO *THIS*. UP
NEXT, IDEASTREAM’S DAN POLLETA TALKS TO MIEBACH ABOUT HER VERY
SCIENTIFIC ART.
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Instructional Links

Website: Nathalie Miebach 

http://nathaliemiebach.com

Website Article: Akron Art Museum, Exhibitions, Intersections: Artists Master Line and Space 

https://akronartmuseum.org/exhibitions/intersections-artists-master-line-and-space/10434

Website Article: Teaching Tips for Weaving with Kids, Basket Weaving with Kids 

http://basketweaving.com/shopsite_sc/store/html/teaching-tips-for-weaving-with-kids.html

Website Article: Occupational Outlook Handbook, Craft and Fine Artists 

http://www.bls.gov/ooh/arts-and-design/craft-and-fine-artists.htm

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