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31 December 2020
Journal of Mathematics and the Arts Outstanding Paper Award
NOTE: This page already exists (https://think.taylorandfrancis.com/journal-prize-est-tmaa-editors-choice-articles/). It is not a CFP but a Best Papers for the journal page. We just need updates added to it.
Could we add the below papers to it with the same format as last year (I.e., the nominees are the “commendable papers” and then the winner is listed on top), and give them free access for a few months?
The nominees were:
- Geometric transformations and Talavera tiles: a culturally responsive approach to teacher professional development and mathematics teaching by Crystal Kalinec-Craig, Priya V. Prasad & Carolyn Luna
- Learning to love math through the exploration of maypole patterns by Julianna Campbell & Christine von Renesse
- Geometry in the walnut grove: an applied mathematical approach to art by E. O. Harriss, C. Smith & A. Carpenter
- A program for Victory Boogie Woogie by Loe M. G. Feijs
The winner is:
- A program for Victory Boogie Woogie by Loe Feijs.
(PLEASE MAKE THE BELOW THE COPY FOR ABOVE THE LIST):
The 2019 Outstanding Paper Award for the Journal of Mathematics and the Arts has been decided!
The award goes to Loe Feijs for her paper "A program for Victory Boogie Woogie." You can find this winning paper, as well as those shortlisted for the award, below and read with free access available from this page.
The 2019 Prize Committee commented:
"A compelling and lively look into two parallel artistic processes: that of Mondrian himself, and of Feijs, in his attempt to respectfully capture something of Mondrian's essence through algorithms."
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