University of Washington Biology Professor Adam Summers’ beautiful scans of stained marine vertebrates, on view at the Seattle Aquarium in exhibition “Cleared: The Art of Science.” READ UW TODAY article here
Fabulous website displaying the portfolio and contact info for science illustrators from around the world. Some truly exhilarating representational art in the service of communicating science!
A new exhibit at the American Museum of Natural History, in New York City, presents scientific imaging (electron microscopy, etc.) with an ‘eye’ towards the aesthetic. Read the full article here.
Check out ‘Science Friday’s” SciArts webpage here.
Biology Prof. Dee Boersma initiated a new course on scientific filmmaking at the University of Washington, read about it here.
In biology, the term ‘mutualism’ describes an intimate and mutually beneficial relationship between two organisms. Similarily, I am excited by ways to combine science and art. These may be traditional marriages, such as scientific illustration, or more experimental forms, such as interactive museum exhibits.