Cast Your Vote in UCSB's Third Annual Art of Science Competition
Monday, February 8, 2016 at 12:27PM
By Kyle Crocco - GradDiv Writing Peer in Around Campus, art of science, competition, voting

Art of Science posterCAST YOUR VOTE for the best entries to capture your imagination in the Third Annual Art of Science Competition. There are 40 entries to choose from; each share a visual story of creativity and discovery. Voting closes Feb. 21.

VOTE NOW!

Winners will be announced and prizes awarded at the Art of Science Reception on March 3, 3-4 p.m., located in Elings First Floor Lobby. Winning images will be awarded various prizes (e.g., First 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: art-csep.cnsi.ucsb.edu

The Art of Science is a collaboration between the Schuller Lab (ECE), the Center for Science and Engineering Partnerships-California Nanosystems Institute, the UCSB Library, and the AD&D Museum.

Contact Arica Lubin: alubin@cnsi.ucsb.edu, Wendy Ibsen: ibsen@cnsi.ucsb.edu, or Jon Schuller: jonschuller@ece.ucsb.edu if you have questions.

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