In a workshop led by the Studio K.O.S. collective, high school students "jammed" through selections of Ralph Ellison's "Invisible Man," building on his words to create art. It's a technique seen in museums around the world.
“If you were to Google ‘scientists,' everyone you would get would look more like Albert Einstein, but so many more people do science,” she said. “Literally anyone can be a scientist. You need to apply yourself, and you need to work hard. We’re not all geniuses.”