Exciting new Artist-in-Residence experience underway with the Vanderbilt Institute for Infection, Immunology, and Inflammation.

Art-Science | Public Outreach | Visual science communication It is common to place art and science on different ends of a spectrum, but creativity is an essential component to the scientific process just as it is vital for the artists. Artists and scientists share an unquenchable curiosity for the unknown. They also explore and question […]

Who is the Artist? Discovering Parallel Challenges in Art & Science

By: Sean Bedingfield | March 22nd, 2019 Me: “So how did you get into art?” Friend: “Oh, I really fell in love when I was apprenticing for “(some big name artist).” Me: “Really? What did you do as his apprentice?” Friend: “Here, see this painting he sold at this auction? I painted that. And this […]

Laser Talk Speakers

One highlight of this year’s ArtLab event will be 10 minutes “laser talks” presented by a selected group of Vanderbilt individuals outlined below. These talks will showcase the process of using lights, lasers, and lenses through film, performances, digital art, photography, and microscopy.  Jonathan Rattner has found his specialization in informative film which promotes viewer […]

HIGHLIGHTS: Curb Center – ArtLab Fellows

The event pages officially up as we approach a month out from the Focal Point Lights, Lasers, and Lenses show. Today, we will feature the Curb Center- ArtLab Fellows. See there work at the ArtLab show on Arpil 11th! Save your spot by registering today! https://www.eventbrite.com/e/focal-point-lights-lasers-and-lenses-tickets-584407348 Nicole Fisher is a Pharmacology Ph.D. student with a […]

HIGHLIGHTS: The Wond’ry-ArtLab Fellows

SAVE THE DATE- APRIL 11th, 2019  FOCAL POINT: LIGHTS, LASERS, AND LENSES   How do we explore the world? How do we convey that knowledge to others? And how do lights, lasers, and lenses change both of these processes? These questions are motivations for thinking through the overlapping practices of scientists and artists, both of whom […]