Resources

Science Communication and Emotionality through Art

By: Skylar Cuevas Science communication to the general public poses many translational challenges to scientists, leading to the loss or unfamiliarity of scientific findings. With the demand for a more efficient tool in science communication increasing, implementing visual art and other art partnerships to simulate emotionality in an audience is promising.  Neuroscientist and graphic designer […]

Day of Wond’ry

The Wond’ry is hosting a virtual conference that The Wond’ry is holding on May 22nd. You can submit your artwork and present a 5-minute poster of your Spring 2020 projects with ArtLab. This is a great way to hear about cross- disciplinarity within The Wond’ry, add a line to your CV/resume, network, and show off […]

Wire As a Medium

By: Lilly He Wire sits at the crossroads of many different roles. It can be used to make fences or to link objects. We’ve found a shape for metal that we use to hold up bridges and to serve as sources of light. It’s used in all sorts of electronics, and it can be used […]

DESERT LIFE: Field Studies of Art+Nature in the Southwest

Desert 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 […]

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