Whether you work in photovoltaics or pastels, performing arts or 3-D printing, your talents are wanted for the annual Colorado State University Art & Science Exhibition. All CSU students, faculty and staff are encouraged to enter.
The juried exhibition, which opens Feb. 21, 2017 in the Lory Student Center Curfman Gallery, will feature works of all kinds that explore the intersection of art and science. That is, science-inspired art or artistically appreciated science. Think: photographs of microscopic images, sculptures of mathematical theories, physics written into music. And, yes, paintings, collages, drawings, graphics, glasswork, pottery, and printmaking are welcome –anything that celebrates the relationship between art and science.
Register to enter here – now through Feb. 1, 2017. But don’t wait until then to get started. All final submissions are due Feb. 3 and 4, for judging the afternoon of Feb. 4.
Works selected by the show’s jury will be showcased at the exhibition, which opens with a reception Feb. 21 and runs through March 24. Prizes will be awarded, and pieces on display will also be available for sale, with proceeds going to the artist/scientist.
The is the event’s 10th year, and it is co-sponsored by the College of Liberal Arts, the College of Natural Sciences, the Department of Art and Art History, the Lory Student Center Arts Program, the Curfman Gallery, and the Colorado State University Bookstore.
For more information, registration details and contact information, visit the event’s website.
As Leonardo da Vinci instructed: “Study the science of art and the art of science.”