Tag Archive: Sciart

ReBlog:The #SciArt Tweet Storm Has Returned – Scientific American Blog Network

 @SYMBIARTIC  #SCIART!  The #SciArt Tweet Storm Has Returned The massive event that swept Twitter for a week last year starts again today. Join the #SciArt Tweet Storm! By Glendon Mellow on March 1, 2016 Batten… Continue reading

ScienceNetwork WA: Merging art with science

  ScienceNetwork WA Dr Gates-Stuart is now Scitech’s 2016 artist in residence, during which she will offer a mesmerising installation that invites participants to ponder the mineral riches in WA’s Super Pit.  Through… Continue reading

Opening – Magnified: 12 years of the Waterhouse Natural Science Art Prize and curator floor talk 

          ‘Magnified’ – 12 Years of the Waterhouse Natural Science Art Prize event at the National Archives of Australia with Professor Eleanor Gates-Stuart. A curated floor talk by Dr… Continue reading

Science+Food+Art: The tough life of a soil crust – CSIRO blog

Brilliant work….. and inspiration to the ‘Edible Shoe’. What happens when science meets food meets art? You get sculptural meringues and splices — mud cakes, if you will — from our artist in… Continue reading

Interesting Article: Islip Exhibition Explores How Science Influences Art

Brilliant .. Sciart From “Compendium,” “Screened for Malaria” (2015) by Elaine Whittaker. In ‘Compendium,’ at the Islip Art Museum, three artists draw inspiration from the world of science: like visually interpreting drugs, and… Continue reading

A Matter of Taste

Coming to Dinner? Random notes I have started a few research questions to extend the ‘Project: Edible Shoe’ beyond the event but also to consider as a viable project for funding: How does… Continue reading