Recordings of Additional Standalone Events
All MoMath online events are intended as live-stream events. However, MoMath makes some event recordings available for purchase. Please allow approximately two to four weeks for videos to be posted.
While MoMath strives to provide video recordings whenever possible, copyright, author, and publicist permissions and credit earning issues can impede distribution. You are encouraged to attend events in real time whenever possible.
The following events are currently available as video recordings. Click on each title to learn more about — and purchase — recordings.
- December 7, 2021: Playing with Palindromes for ages 14 and up
- November 17, 2021: Poetry + Math = A Meaningful Path with Professor Larry Lesser for ages 14 and up
- August 12, 2021: Folded Folly with Paula Krieg for ages 7 and above
- July 17, 2021: NYC Math Festival 2021 nearly six hours of mathematical fun with more than 20 mini-sessions led by MoMath’s most popular speakers, for all ages
- June 9, 2021: Diversity in Computing: Challenges and Possibilities with Dr. Marie desJardins for ages 14 and above
- June 8, 2021: Meet the Author with Jordan Ellenberg for ages 14 and up
- May 12, 2021: Poetic Math for all ages
- May 6, 2021: Introduction to Tinkercad (3D modeling software) with Aditya Dutt for students in grades 4 to 7
- April 13, 2021: Bending Lines with Allison DeHart, Peter DeHart, Calvin Wiggs, and Carlo Séquin for all ages
- April 3, 2021: 2021 MoMath SET Tournament with Nat Stahl, Liz McMahon, Gary Gordon, Hannah Gordon, and Rebecca Gordon for ages 6 and up
- March 24, 2021: Open Set 2021: a night of musical performance for all ages
- March 16, 2021: Hidden Messages with Jürgen Richter-Gebert for all ages
- March 11, 2021: Disinformation and the 2020 Election with Camille François for adults
- March 10, 2021: Forensic linguistics: Using inductive inference and linguistic pattern recognition to solve crimes with the FBI with Robert Leonard for ages 18 and up
- March 5, 2021: Avian Arithmetic: The mathematics of bird flight with Peter Cavanagh for ages 10 and up
- March 1, 2021: Puzzles That Weren’t Used in Mind-Benders for the Quarantined — But Maybe Should Have Been! with Peter Winkler for ages 14 and up
- February 9, 2021: Log In! Exploring Logarithms through Experimentation and Play with Philip Dituriv, Andy Davidson, and Andra Turner for students, parents, teachers, and math lovers of all ages
- February 1, 2021: Miyamoto and the Machine (a documentary about KenKen): film screening and panel discussion with Robert Fuhrer, Aaron Kaswell, Noriko Yoshimura, and Ellie Grueskin for all ages
- February 1, 2021: Puzzle Plays: Using Games, Challenges, and Brain-Teasers in the Math Classroom with Aaron Kaswell for math educators (grades 6 to 12)
- January 20, 2021: Nikoli Puzzle Challenge Contest with Yoshi Anpuku for all ages
- January 19, 2021: Nikoli’s Hand-Crafted Puzzle Workshop with Yoshi Anpuku for all ages
- November 20, 2020: The Liar, the Glitch, and the Axiom of Choice for anyone who has seen some algebra and binary arithmetic before
- October 20, 2020: Real and Rational, the 2020 MoMath Gala with Eric Schmidt, Julie Gerberding, and Nate Silver
- October 1, 2020: Fun with Mathematical Definitions with Christopher Danielson for ages 10 and up
- September 30, 2020: Dancing with Circles with Karl Schaffer for all ages
- September 23, 2020: Free Bending the Arc with Adrienne E. Adams, Monica Jackson, William A. Massey, James McLurkin, Jelani Nelson, John Urschel, and Ashia Wilson for all ages
- September 16, 2020: I AM A.I.: Explaining Artificial Intelligence with Andreas Matt for ages 14 and up
- August 26, 2020: Math vs. COVID-19 with Po-Shen Loh for ages 11 and up
- July 18, 2020: NYC Math Festival 2020 – Online!, nearly six hours of mathematical fun with more than 20 mini-sessions led by MoMath’s most popular speakers, for all ages
- July 9, 2020: “Path Puzzles” with Roderick Kimball for ages 12 and up
- June 22, 2020: Quadrivium: “Math, Music, and the Moral Imagination” with Marcus G. Miller for all ages
- May 20, 2020: “How Mathematics Connects Us” with Philipp Legner for students in grades 6 to 12
- May 19, 2020: “Get in the Game — with Math!” with Brian Macdonald and Tim Chartier for ages 11 and up
- May 14, 2020: “Solar Eclipses: Math, Science, and Spectacle” with Jay Pasachoff for ages 12 and up
- May 7, 2020: “The Astounding Mathematics of Lines in Circles” with Dr. James Tanton for all ages
- May 5, 2020: “From ‘Circle-ometry’ to Trigonometry: Exploring the Story of Trigonometry and Why the Curriculum Does it Backwards” with Dr. James Tanton for math educators (and other adults!)
- April 15, 2020: “Home Base: Mathy Things to Do at Home” with Dr. Jürgen Richter-Gebert for all ages
- April 6, 2020: “Math Flash! A New Look at an Old Problem” with Dr. Po-Shen Loh for ages 18 and up
Please note that a video recording of an event is a separate purchase that is not included in the registration fee for attending an event.
MoMath members receive free access to video recordings. To take advantage, please email email@example.com using the email address associated with your MoMath membership.
Please make any purchases promptly, as the list of available recordings may change over time.
Single-Purchaser Viewing Rights
MoMath’s video recordings are meant to be viewed by only you — kindly do not screen these videos to a group, distribute them to others, or post them to social media. A separate purchase for each viewer is required, and your support of MoMath’s programming is appreciated.
To learn more about purchasing video recordings of MoMath events for individual views, visit videos.momath.org.