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Feb. 21, 2019

Abstracts due March 8 to share research through science and art

Abstracts are due March 8 for MSU SciComm’s 2019 SciArt Program called “Life.”

SciArt is a collaboration between scientists and local artists.
SciArt is a collaboration between scientists and local artists.

Kylie Smith, a PhD student in biomedical engineering and programs chair for the MSU Science Communication Organization, said the MSU SciComm SciArt Program and the MSU Broad Art Lab are seeking researchers interested in sharing their research with the community through science-art (SciArt). 

“All art or science that fits within that framework of “Life” is welcome,” Smith said. "Interested scientists should submit project abstracts to msuscicomm.org/sciartexhibition no later than March 8. Abstracts will be posted on the website for artists to view after submissions have closed.” 

An information session is planned for 6-7:30 p.m. on Monday, March 18, in Erickson Hall Room 228 to provide more information. The gathering will include a session where artists and scientists can discuss potential projects. 

“We aim to facilitate collaboration between scientists and local artists to create a platform where the pair can produce a work of art and share it with the community in Fall 2019. Some funding and space to work will be provided,” she added.