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Entries in art of science (4)

Monday
Feb292016

Graduate Students Invited to 'Art of Science' Awards Reception

Graduate students are warmly invited to a reception and awards ceremony for the third Art of Science competition.

Thursday, March 3
Elings Hall First Floor Lobby
3-4 p.m.
*Wine and hors d'oeuvres reception*

Winners will be announced and honored, and contest images will be displayed at the reception. Winning images will be awarded various prizes (1st place = $250 Amazon gift card) and become part of exhibits at the UCSB Library (Spring quarter), NanoDays (April 2-3), and the AD&D Museum throughout 2016.

About the Competition

The Art of Science is an event to capture the imagination and share the beauty and meaning of scientific discovery. UCSB students and postdocs were invited to tell the story of their research through the aesthetic. These works of art go on to share the creative nature and joy of scientific discovery with our community through multiple exhibits and outreach events throughout 2016. See the website for more details.

Monday
Jan262015

Call for Submissions to 'Art of Science' Competition

The Schuller Lab and the Center for Science and Engineering Partnerships at the California Nanosystems Institute are pleased to announce the second annual "Art of Science" competition and welcome submissions from UCSB students and postdocs to tell the story of their research through the aesthetic – whether it be spectroscopic images of a new material, data from a series of simulations, photos of a device or instrument, or some other aspect of research captured visually.

Submissions are due by Friday, February 20. See the website for competition guidelines and more details. For questions, contact Arica Lubin or Jon Schuller.

The first-place winner will receive a $250 Amazon gift card. Prizes of smaller amounts will also be awarded to second-place, third-place, and community vote winners.

Wednesday
Aug142013

Art of Science Reception, Friday, Aug. 16

All graduate students are invited to a reception and awards ceremony for the first annual "Art of Science" competition.

Friday, August 16
Elings Hall Lobby
4 to 5 p.m
Refreshments provided

Contest images will be displayed at the reception and winning pieces will become part of an exhibit at the Davidson Library.

About the competition:

Recognizing the creative and experimental nature of science, the Art of Science initiative asked the simple question "Do you see beauty in your science?". Researchers were challenged to visually communicate the beauty inherent to scientific investigation and submit images from their research to be judged according to artistic/aesthetic merit. There will be various prizes (1st place = $250) and winning images will be displayed online and at an exhibit in the Davidson Library.

The Art of Science is a collaboration between the Schuller Lab (ECE) and the Center for Science and Engineering Partnerships at CNSI PDS. Contact Wendy Ibsen (ibsen@cnsi.ucsb.edu), Jon Schuller (jonschuller@ece.ucsb.edu), or Arica Lubin (alubin@cnsi.ucsb.edu) if you have questions.

Monday
Aug052013

Cast Your Vote in UCSB's First Annual Art of Science Competition

The first annual "Art of Science" competition closed last week and received 37 entries that speak to the aesthetic inherent in much of research.

Please visit the voting webpage to cast your vote for the best entries!

Winning selections will be announced at a reception on Aug. 16, Elings Hall, 4 to 6 p.m. Winning pieces will become part of an exhibit at the Davidson Library.

About the competition

Recognizing the creative and experimental nature of science, the Art of Science initiative asked the simple question "Do you see beauty in your science?" Researchers were challenged to visually communicate the beauty inherent to scientific investigation and submit images from their research to be judged according to artistic/aesthetic merit. There will be various cash prizes and winning images will be displayed online and at an exhibit in the Davidson Library. 

The Art of Science is a collaboration between the Schuller Lab (ECE) and the Center for Science and Engineering Partnerships at CNSI PDS.