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Emily Dustman joins the Lamm Lab

Last year, Dr. Alexa Lamm invited me into her classrooms as a visiting speaker on the Congruence of Art + Science as it Applies to Hedonics. I also taught an illustration workshop on the Intersection of Art + Science associated with climate change and plant adaptation. It was such a fantastic experience, and I met […]

ISSUE #5–ON SALE NOW!

      Purchase Issue #5 — $35.00 USD   *International orders temporarily suspended due to service impacts related to the COVID-19 pandemic. Issue #5: Letter from the Founder A CAUTIONARY TALE Standing at around forty years of age, Pablo Valencia was a well-built and vigorous man who came to the Southwest in pursuit of treasure. […]

This August: Biohack the Planet

Biohack the Planet (BioHTP) will take place at the tail end of August—it is not to be missed!   BioHTP is a conference for people who are hacking science and biotechnology. Even “I” will be there so you will get the chance to meet me alongside so many important movers and shakers from around the world!    […]

E-Squared Receives Award

Our printer, Raven Printing, submitted Issue #4 of E-Squared to Division I (Magazines, Periodicals, & Publications) and we are overjoyed to hear that we were awarded the Division I Silver Award / “Best of Category” by the Printing & Imaging Association of MidAmerica. Honestly, it is little moments like these that keep that light—that sometimes gets really dim—glowing, as a single business […]

Updates on Issue #5

UPDATES FROM E-SQUARED E-Squared is currently in the midst of preparing Issue #5 for publication. As a one-person operation, I thought it was time to bring you up to speed with what I am currently doing… As we celebrate the arrival of Spring in the U.S., I am wrapping up another semester of teaching at the University. By next […]

Smart is the New Sexy

Dear Sapiosexuals, This year, we think smart is the new sexy. We’re talking about art here, folks but not just any art…intellectual art. We have always felt that which is intellectual is attractive, exciting, provocative, and yes, we’ll say it again, sexy. It’s the kind of art that makes you think. Deeply ponder. Feel inspired. Of course, […]

Issue #4–On Sale Now!

  Purchase Issue #4 — $35.00 USD SOLD OUT!     Issue #4: Letter from the Founder Lately, the parable of the boiling frog has come mind. If unfamiliar, the story is about a frog placed in a pot of lukewarm water. The water warms, but as it does, the frog remains tranquil, unaware of any temperature […]

Further Delays with Issue #4

Today, I am deeming Issue #4 as the challenge issue. Here are some of the hurdles in attempting to release this issue: 1. Moving E-Squared over 1200 miles 2. Losing our printer 3. Having to find a new printer 4. Being over-budget with our new printer 5. Reception of a coverless Issue #4 Yes, you read that right, Issue […]

E-Squared at the St. Louis Science Center

This Saturday August 11th., E-Squared with be participating in SciFest: Bright Ideas Expo at The Saint Louis Science Center. The event will feature innovative artists, entrepreneurs, and creatives such as Harold Buchholz (writer and executive producer on Mystery Science Theater 3000), St. Louis Space Frontier, Topp Lab–Danforth Plant Science Center, and Third Degree Glass Company, among others. E-Squared will merge art + science […]

Plated: Science + Art

Cover Image: Photograph from a page in Acorns & Cattails What’s on your plate this summer? Science + Art is what’s on mine. I can’t help but drop in Squatter’s Café every couple of weeks or so to see what Chef Rob Connoley has dreamt up. Last time he and his team were meticulously cleaning foraged mushrooms […]