Uniting Art and Science to Ignite Inquiry

Join us on campus at the Kenneth Norris Center for Natural History to enjoy a multimedia exhibit featuring works produced by student artists participating in the Norris Center Art-Science Residency Program.

The program pairs student artists with graduate students and faculty to foster the connection between science and art, communicate environmental and social justice issues,  and to assist students with professional development as artists.

This is a free, two-day event held on campus! Please join us on November 15 and 16 from  12-5. 

Friday, November 15 at 12:00pm to 5:00pm

Kenneth Norris Center for Natural History, Natural Sciences 2 Room 233

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