Since October 2020 we have been organizing and holding virtual Celebrations of Mind Events.

Videos of most of them are linked below.

More are planned for 2022.
(see future listings for the G4G’s Virtual events, here,  or follow our Event callendar for CoMs from everyone, here)

The energy you have put into doing these monthly and then semiannual things is amazing. They are fantastic. The videos online will have lasting impact.” – (CY, Sep 2021)

November 2021 – Present

Annalisa Crannell Drawing Three Impossible Figures Before Breakfast
Bob Bosch Connecting the Dots
Adam Atkinson Playing Almost the Same Word Game in Multiple Languages
Jessica K. Sklar Mathematical Art Inspirations, Instantiations, and Installations
Des MacHale The Humour of Mathematics
Mark Setteducati Remembering Tom Rodgers and the birth of the Gathering for Gardner
Louise Mabbs Re-Visioning Maths
David Cohen SCRABBLEGRAMS: A Delightful Combination of Wordplay, Puzzles, & Poetry
Pedro Freitas Dividing the circle, a problem for both mathematicians and artists

May 2021 – September 2021

October 2020

Carolyn Yackel How Orbifolds Inform Shibori Dyeing
Jeanette Shakalli Toothpick Puzzles
Steve Butler Math and Juggling
Scott Kim Musical Illusions
Gord Hamilton Mini Mathematical-Universes (no video available)
Laurel Lawson, Lindsay Giedle, Laura Briggs Mathematics in Motion: Mathematical Themes in Dance and Choreography (no video available)
Robert Crease Flood Control: The Pandemic and Science Denial
Jim Propp Believe It, Then Don’t
Diana Davis Cut and Fold a Spinner
Jeannine Mosely Counter Productivity in Minimalist Origami
Eddy and Lyn Goldfarb Eddy’s World
Sydney Weaver The Rubik’s Cube and Math
Ann Schwartz Down the Rabbit Hole with Flexagons
James Gardner The Whimsical and Serious Sides of Martin Gardner
Joe M. Turner Dice Dice Baby!
Dana Richards Algorithmic Puzzles and Martin Gardner
George Hart Little Zonohedral Library
Evans Harrell et al Math Court – Alice in Königsberg
Delicia Kamins Philosophy of Fractals
Bud Brown Puzzles and Wonders from Elwyn, Richard, John, Ron, and Martin
Yossi Elran All you need is paper!