Art Lab: Where art and science collide
The ASC’s SE Queensland Branch are holding an Art-Science evening at the EcoSciences Precinct. The event highlights the Artists in Residence exhibition at the site and delves into the concepts of using art to communicate science, and science to push artistic boundaries.
|When:||Thursday, September 6 2018. 5:30 PM to 8:00 PM|
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41 Boggo Road, Dutton Park, QLD, 4102
|Topic:||Environment and nature|
|Cost:||Registration is required and tickets can be purchased via Eventbrite. Tickets are $10 for ASC members and $12.50 for non-members plus the Eventbrite fee.|
Can art help us communicate about science? And what happens when science is used to inspire art? In an effort to continue exploring ideas of art-science collaborations, the Australian Science Communicators (ASC) South East Queensland Branch are holding a 2018 Art Lab. The evening event will be held at the EcoSciences Precinct (ESP) at Dutton Park, and will highlight the seventh Art meets Science Exhibition, which will be running at the site from 10 August to 7 September.
Come along for an evening of art-science exploration, which includes a presentation, Q&A, drinks and nibbles, plus time to view the seventh Art meets Science Exhibition.
Our guest speaker for Art Lab this year is Madeleine Kersting Flynn. Madeleine is an artist specialising in medical and scientific illustration, digital and traditional media, 3D modelling and animation, and graphic design. Currently artist in residence at QIMR Berghofer Medical Research Institute, Madeleine will talk about her experiences with art in science environments and how it can help us communicate about science.
Melina GillespieAustralian Science Communicators, SE Qld BranchEmail: email@example.comPhone: 0427 877 887