Note the organic STEAM movement already present in museums and libraries, and in other cultural
institutions. Last night, I received a 30 page flyer from our local library system, and excised the STEAM-
labeled part for discussion.
This is, from a practical standpoint, how institutions are interpreting the acronym in the way
of activities for their patrons. II have attached this below.
There were also some arts-related pages (visiting artists, public art) but these were not connected
to STEM. An example of art is work by Teresa Camozzi:
I don't know if there are any "STEAM" activities connected to Teresa's art, but there certainly could be.
Anyone wanting the full library PDF can contact me (it is 16MB so I did not want to include it here).