Is AI Art Really Art?
What it will mean to be moved by an AI’s mindless creativity.
What Happens When Icebergs Collide With Art
From DJ Spooky to Herman Melville, artists illuminate the sublime, increasingly transient nature of our planet’s icebergs.
The Cormac McCarthy I Know
The president of the Santa Fe Institute shares his insights into the novelist, with whom he has discussed science, writers, and ideas for 20 years.
Fighting Climate Change with Feeling
The 2022 Redford Center Stories film challenge winners believe emotions are the key to get people excited about the environment.
Land of Extremes: Poetry of the Sonoran Desert
The language of one of the harshest and most diverse ecosystems on Earth.
Feeling Stressed? Read a Poem
The flow of a good poem can synchronize your heart and breath.
He Fast-Forwarded Evolution into the Future
Forty years ago, a paleontologist pictured Earth millions of years from now. His vision is a wake-up call for us today.
The Art of Ocean Science
On board a research vessel exploring the oceans, these artists found beauty in science.
For This Artist, the Sea Is a Never-Ending Story
At port with Kishan Munroe, an artist from The Bahamas.
Fantastic Beasts Brought to Life by the Wind
An artist’s moving tribute to nature’s powerful resource.
Who Said Science and Art Were Two Cultures?
Revisiting C.P. Snow’s infamous thesis.
Your Brain Is Like Beethoven
We survive noise by transforming it into patterns, like composers create music.
What Is Life?
An astrobiologist finds the heart of his work in a new novel by Richard Powers.