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The Brain Café is an evening of dialogue at the intersections of neuroscience, medicine, and the arts. It brings together scientists, clinicians, artists, and community members to share their knowledge and experiences. This Brain Café focused on Locked-in Syndrome. It featured the story of Margaret Worthen who suffered a brain Stem stroke when she was 22. Our science presenter was John Simeral Ph.D., a researcher with BrainGate a laboratory at Brown that is developing human/computer interface technology that will someday allow people like Margaret to communicate and control robotic devices.
Tourette Syndrome – Part 1 Tourette Syndrome – Part 2
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Edgar & Grace duet for Open Stage.
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A promo for Everett’s educational show “Breaking Down Science”. Learn how physics and breaking have a lot in common.
Everett’s brother and sister team, Aaron Jungels and Rachael Jungels, restage their acclaimed performances Silas and Tangled Tango, as well as create new individual works for the company’s 20th Anniversary celebration! With slack rope, gymnastic rings, and video projection, Aaron creates yet another memorable live multimedia experience. Rachael collaborates with saxophonist Jason McGill in a Read more »
Daydream in the Ghetto explores living in a world where opportunities are offered based more on where you come from, rather than on who you are. It shows what it’s like to maneuver around obstacles to reach your goal, and it expresses choices given and choices made…. Part 1 Part 2
Case Closed! is a professional troupe of young dancers, who create and perform together using hip hop as their core form and classical dance as a trajectory. This video is a collage of clips from their latest show “Daydream in the Ghetto”. In many ways “Daydream in the Ghetto” is their story – a tale Read more »