Science

Beware the prophecy of the dead cow

The animals are dying! Praise Jesus.

Reflections on Experiments

Sculptor Lee Gass introduces a series of articles inspired by the dance production Experiments. They will be written by members of the Experiments cast, crew, and consultants, and each will use the b

Thank you Twyla Bella: Experiments Six

Sculptor, educator, and hummingbird biologist Lee Gass thanks Twyla Bella for a beautiful gift. Twyla, who is 6 years old, made a big piece of felt in school, then painted a hummingbird on it. That

Kids, Hummingbirds, and the RCMP: Experiments Seven

Sculptor, educator, and scientist Lee Gass tells about an educational experiment about hummingbirds on Galiano Island. The central element of the story is a conversation Lee had with an RCMP Constabl

Graphing in Sculpting and Choreography: Experiments Five

Sculptor Lee Gass discusses uses of graphing in science and sculpting, and speculates about uses in choreography.

Repetition, precision and chaos: Experiments Four

Sculptor Lee Gass muses about what he sees as deep similarities between science and choreography.

A story for Twyla Bella: Experiments Two

 My friend Twyla Bella is 6 years old.  She lives on Bowen Island, and I’ve known her parents for many years.  Her Mother is Gail Lotenberg, the choreographer a group of behavioural...

Experiments One

Sculptor and scientist Lee Gass promotes two upcoming events. One event is Experiments, an evening-length dance production about the essence of scientific creativity. He has been collaborating with

Vancouver International Film Festival Picks for Days 8 & 9: Thurs and Fri

My picks for the next two days at VIFF include two ugly duckling tales, one for children, the other showing off Gemma Arterton. (read more)

BODY WORLDS & the Brain at Science World

We talked with Science World Media and Communications Manager, Pamela Saunders, to get the inside story on an exhibit that takes you inside the human body in a way you'll never forget.