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NOTICES OF THE AMERICAN MATHEMATICAL SOCIETY
August 2022

Ars Mathemalchemica: From
Math to Art and Back Again

by Susan Goldstine, Elizabeth Paley,
and Henry Segerman

Doubling up — a joyful update

The version of this article published in the AMS Notices went to press at the end of June 2022, at which time the description of Maryam Mirzakhani as “to date the only woman awarded a Fields Medal” was perfectly accurate. We are delighted that this is no longer the case: on July 5, 2022, Maryna Viazovska was awarded a Fields Medal for “the proof that the E8 lattice provides the densest packing of identical spheres in 8 dimensions, and further contributions to related extremal problems and interpolation problems in Fourier analysis” (source: International Mathematical Union).

Maryam Mirzakhani is still the first woman awarded a Fields medal but no longer the only one!


ISSUES
Spring 2022

Mathemalchemy

by Mathemalchemists

What happens when a fiber artist meets a world-renowned mathematician? In a word: mathemalchemy.


FOCUS
October/November 2021

Mathemalchemy - Focus Article - October/November 2021

Mathemalchemy
A Playful Pandemic Project

by Kimberly A. Roth and Jessica K. Sklar MAA


Duke TODAY
November 9, 2021

ART INSTALLATION CELEBRATES THE BEAUTY AND WHIMSY OF MATH

Video by Véronique Koch, article by Robin A. Smith @DUKERESEARCH


January 3, 2021

Additive Mixing

Bronna Butler and Jessica K. Sklar video: Additive Mixing, an art piece of ours that makes up one of the pages in the Cavalcade.


Rhodes Information Initiative at Duke
October 6, 2021

Mathemalchemy Art Installation

Explanation of the project through interviews with Ingrid Daubechies, Dominique Ehrmann and Tasha Pruitt.


MathArt, ArtMath at MathFest 2021
August 5, 2021

Collaboration in the Time of Covid

Slides presented by Bronna Butler and Jessica K. Sklar.

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