Science as Art
January 31, 2014 | by Susan Hutton
If you were a student, how would you depict the science you were studying? How would you describe it? The Science as Art Content asks, and answers, precisely that.
With support from a Strategic Initiatives Fund, the Science Learning Center (SLC) is sponsoring a Science as Art Contest for students. From 27 submissions in a range of media formats, the SLC will announce winners on January 31st from 3-5pm in the Hatcher Graduate Library Gallery. Take a look at some of the stellar entries here, described by student artists in their own words.
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