MMV #3 Moon Duchin

Mathematicians Made Visible portrait #3 is Moon Duchin, currently a mathematician and professor at Tufts University with areas of expertise in geometry, topology, and dynamical systems. She also works and lectures on science, technology, and society. In 2016 she founded the MGGG Redistricting Lab to research data science interventions for civil rights.


Mathematicians Made Visible

(A new printmaking project to make sure our visual representations of mathematicians more closely match the reality of the people doing mathematics). One of my favorite paintings is Rafael’s The School of Athens. I have a copy of it in my classroom to remind me and my students that by studying Algebra, they are partContinue reading “Mathematicians Made Visible”


I created this 4″ by 4″ work for the Morill Mini silent auction benefiting the Justin Morrill Homestead in Strafford, VT. Whle not typical of my work, it feels important to me in this time to use any platform I can to address the current awakening to racial injustice that is happening. What follows isContinue reading “Whitewashed”

Climate Crisis Algebra: Graphing Global Petroleum Consumption

Students all over my school are striking for climate action and I’m not sure what to do. I definitely support their actions, but I also think that learning Algebra is critical to understanding our climate crisis. I created a lesson on changes in the rate of global petroleum consumption over time as a way toContinue reading “Climate Crisis Algebra: Graphing Global Petroleum Consumption”

Visit Osborne the Printer at the Tunbridge World’s Fair, September 12-15, 2019 in Tunbridge, VT

One of my favorite Fall traditions is to work as Osborne the Printer at the Tunbridge World’s Fair. I’ve been attending the fair nearly 20 years and just recently found my calling up on Antique Hill working in the print shop. Even though it’s not typically something you’d print with a letterpress, I created aContinue reading “Visit Osborne the Printer at the Tunbridge World’s Fair, September 12-15, 2019 in Tunbridge, VT”

5 Ways to Help Your Child Succeed in Math

1. Learn some math yourself. You can make learning part of your family culture by showing that everyone in your family is learning something new. This doesn’t mean lecturing your kids on the virtues of lifelong learning—it means modeling it yourself. There are lots of free online resources (try edX, or Khan Academy) for learningContinue reading “5 Ways to Help Your Child Succeed in Math”

Math Inspires Art Inspires Math . . .

My Spring Creativity Has Sparked! After nearly a year of creative hiatus, I am excited to share the first images of my new project. Since last August I have been focusing on improving my craft as a middle and high school Algebra teacher. I am inspired by my students to create a new series ofContinue reading “Math Inspires Art Inspires Math . . .”