The Art of Science Education is a discussion with scientists, artists, and educators on how art can augment and improve science education.
This program is free and open to the public. Discussion begins at 7pm and is first come, first serve.
Hosted by Story Collider Co-Founder and Director Ben Lillie, panelists will include Joanna Ebenstein, Founder of the Morbid Anatomy Library; Hillary Livingston, an integral team member on the Natural History Museum’s Hall of North American Mammals redesign; and more. The Art of Science Education is free and open to the public and seats are first come first serve. This program is presented as part of The Hidden Passengers, an exhibition featuring artists who employ the tools, methods, and language of scientific research to create work that participates in and shapes the world in which it exists.
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