Art | Sci: Art + Science

Come. Converse. Collaborate.

Artists and scientists tend to live and work in very different worlds. In major cities across three continents the question is being asked: “Is there something to be gained in our understanding of humankind by encouraging scientists and artists to share their ideas?”

This series of salons brings guest artists, Puget Sound faculty members, and others together on the free Third Thursday of each month at Tacoma Art Museum or on campus. Events typically run from 6 to 8 p.m., with food, mingling, conversation, and more.

6:00 p.m.      Food, drinks, and mingling
6:30 p.m.      Presentation and Q&A
7:30 p.m.      More mingling


Upcoming Art+Sci Salons

We are excited to present a special Art Sci Salon/ Workshop featuring artists Mick Lorusso and Joel Ong.

They will be leading a workshop on Locative Biomedia:
The microbiome that we humans carry and exchange with others and the environments we traverse constitutes a constantly shifting map of relationships and influences. Through this workshop, Joel Ong and Mick Lorusso encourage participants to creatively engage with the microbiome and expand their imaginations to encompass this unseen realm that has such a large impact on our lives.

Time 5pm to 7pm // Collins Memorial Library Basement.

5-515pm mingle with food and drinks.
515-530pm Short talk with Mick and Joel
530-630 Workshop
630-7pm wrap up with Q & A

See you all there!

Come. Converse and Collaborate!



Press about the Art+Sci Salons