Art from the Republic of Science ∞ Creative Works from the Texas Academy of Science

February 28 – March 1, 2013

presented by
Art.Science.Gallery. ( 512-5228-ART) &
Texas Academy of Science (texasacademyofscience.org) at
Schreiner University, Callioux Campus Activity Center 2nd floor, 2100 Memorial Drive, Kerrville, TX 78028
Gallery Hours: Thursday February 28 6pm-9pm (registered TAS members only) & Friday March 1 7:30am-9pm (public)
 


 

The 2013 exhibition featured 41 science-related artworks by 12 members of the Texas Academy of Science in an effort to promote the use of the creative arts in science communication, increase artistic and scientific innovations via interdisciplinary collaborations and to support the creative endeavors of Texas scientists. Art from the Republic of Science will showcase a diverse range of creative works that combine art and the natural sciences through content, purpose, craft or materials. Works include ceramics, photography, printmaking, textiles, folk art, drawing, painting and mixed media.

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 Art.Science.Gallery. is an art gallery and science communication space featuring science-related artwork in Austin, Texas. Join the fun by visiting ArtScienceGallery.com.

Texas Academy of Science promotes research through sixteen disciplinary sections at the Annual Meeting held each spring, provides expert testimony on policy issues related to STEM or science education and has a current membership of nearly 600 scientists. Learn more by visiting TexasAcademyofScience.org.

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