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Leonardo On-Line: About Frank Malina August 27, 2012

Posted by sandyclaus in History of Science, Public History.
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1968 Malina continued producing artwork and editing Leonardo until his death in 1981.1981 Following Frank Malinas death in 1981, Leonardo was moved to California by his son, Roger F. Malina, then an astronomer at the University of California at Berkeley.1982 With the support of founding board members Frank Oppenheimer and Robert Maxwell, the International Society for the Arts, Sciences and Technology Leonardo/ISAST was formed in 1982. Leonardo/ISAST was created to address the rapidly expanding needs of the art, science and technology community, by participation in conferences, symposia, festivals, lecture series and awards programs. The journal is now published by MIT press.

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