Susan Gerofsky, Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the University of British Columbia, Canada, brings experience from many fields to mathematics education. Her research is in embodied, multisensory, multimodal mathematics education through the arts, including poetry, dance and movement, film, theatre, gesture and voice. She also works in garden-based environmental education, language and genres of mathematics education, and media theory. She holds degrees in languages and linguistics and mathematics education, and worked for years in film production, adult education, and as a high school teacher. She speaks several languages, is an active musician, and a published poet and playwright. She contributed to the award-winning book, Poetic Inquiry: Enchantment of Place (Vernon Press, 2017) and has a verse play published in The Mathematical Intelligencer https://link.springer.com/.../10.1007/s00283-018-9818-2....
A few more links:
Kepler play: <https://drive.google.com/.../1VHFKErHJ6FTM.../view...>
Eco poetry walks -- and sings! <https://books.google.ca/books?id=Ms-EDwAAQBAJ&pg=PA315...>
PH4 combinatoric poems: <https://archive.bridgesmathart.org/2018/bridges2018-659.pdf>
An interesting article on embodied graphs: <https://drive.google.com/.../0B00n89L6TX5gODZhYmM.../view...>