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Making the Invisible, Visible - Lecture and Art Challenge

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Air date: Friday, July 27, 2012, 1:00:00 PM
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Category: Special
Runtime: 01:27:46
Description: Professor Rebecca Kamen, Artist in Residence and Professor, NOVA, will give a lecture:
“Making the Invisible, Visible: Discoveries between Art and Science”

In this lecture Rebecca will talk about her own work bridging art and science, and share reflections and insights from her time with NIH neuroscientists and students this summer.

Art Challenge displays This will be an informal time to continue the dialog about the bridge between art and science and discuss ways to visualize your research with the artists, faculty and peers.

Artist are encouraged to bring easels or other appropriate equipment to display their work, otherwise art will be displayed on tables around the room.

Complete and ‘incomplete’ art projects are encouraged. An art project is not required for attendance.
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NLM Title: Making the invisible, visible : lecture and art challenge [electronic resource] / Rebecca Kamen.
Author: Kamen, Rebecca.
National Institutes of Health (U.S.)
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Abstract: (CIT): Professor Rebecca Kamen, Artist in Residence and Professor, NOVA, will give a lecture: "Making the Invisible, Visible: Discoveries between Art and Science" In this lecture Rebecca will talk about her own work bridging art and science, and share reflections and insights from her time with NIH neuroscientists and students this summer. Art Challenge displays This will be an informal time to continue the dialog about the bridge between art and science and discuss ways to visualize your research with the artists, faculty and peers. Artist are encouraged to bring easels or other appropriate equipment to display their work, otherwise art will be displayed on tables around the room. Complete and "incomplete" art projects are encouraged. An art project is not required for attendance.
Subjects: Art
Communication
Science
Visual Perception
Publication Types: Lectures
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NLM Classification: WW 105
NLM ID: 101591629
CIT Live ID: 11592
Permanent link: http://videocast.nih.gov/launch.asp?17457

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