In 2017, the ArtLab program emerged from a desire to better understand the intersection between arts and sciences. ArtLab has become an epicenter for design, visual science communication, and science outreach through innovative and engaging exhibits that showcase top biomedical researchers’ latest findings through art.
What People Say
I did challenge myself [to] think from the perspectives of different viewers. I learned science and started thinking more like an illustrator… I also used a new art form that I have never used before.Artist-in-Residence, Summer 2019
I am fascinated by artists and the creative process since science has its own creative process but such a different method! I enjoyed remembering how to work with people who are outside of the field.Researcher, Summer 2019
- DESERT LIFE: Field Studies of Art+Nature in the SouthwestDesert Life is a one-of-a-kind, ART, BIOLOGY and NATURE immersion experience in the Chihuahuan Desert in the Southwest, U.S. This site-specific program focuses on an ART and SCIENCE exploration of the diverse desert wildlife from varied natural habitats of the Chihuahuan Desert. For generations the Southwest deserts, their diverse, unique wildlife and stunning geography, have been the source of inspiration and wonder for artists, naturalists, and biologists. Through hands-on … Read more
- EBL Graphic Medicine Exhibit – April 2020CLICK HERE TO VISIT THE WEBSITE! Graphic Medicine Website The Annette and Irwin Eskind Family Biomedical Library and Learning Center is sponsoring an exhibit from April 8 to May 8, 2020 entitled, “Telling our stories: graphic medicine and the intersection of art and healthcare.” Graphic Medicine utilizes comics as its medium to help patients, families, health … Read more
- Basic Sciences ArtLab Workshop