October 19, 2017: The documentary CRAZYWISE explores what can be learned from people around the world who have turned their psychological crisis into a positive transformative experience. Directed by Phil Borges and Kevin Tomlinson
September 21, 2017: Kittredge Gallery, University of Puget Sound: Exploring the Gut Microbiome with Dr. William DePaolo from the University of Washington
April 11, 2017: Mary (Maggic) Tsang from the MIT Media Lab visited the University of Puget Sound to enlighten us on bio-art, bio-hacking, citizen science with a talk, followed by a hand-on workshop. [an excerpt from Maggic:] // In response to the various ways that institutions both pollute and regulate our bodies through hormones, the Estrofem! Lab develops various methods of "freak science" for hacking estrogen and demonstrating its molecular colonization. From yeast biosensors for detection to DIY column chromatography for urine-hormone extraction, these recipes serve as kinds of 'biotechnical civil disobedience,' combining body-gender politics and queer discourse with civic science. The workshop will begin with a short presentation followed by hormone-extraction action. Bring your own urine!
January 19, 2017: Norton Clapp Theater at University of Puget Sound, Art + Sci Salon reading excerpts from Mr. Burns.
When there's no more electricity, and multiple population destroying events, how do human memories get preserved? Set month after the disaster, and then seven years and seventy five years later, Anne Washburn's Mr. Burns: A Post Electric Play is both a comedy and then a ritual tragedy about a community preserving itself with the most unlikely of stories.
February 18, 2016: Art+Sci Salon from University of Puget Sound presented Art Science Now – The Past is the Future: A conversation and workshop with artists working at the intersection, with two Art+Sci alumni, Maria Jost and Graham Klag.
April 2014: Eco-Mandala
January 23, 2014: Biology & Art
June 20, 2013: Art, Ecology & Community
April 18, 2013: Third Thursday at Tacoma Art Museum, Art+Sci Salon sponsored a conversation with Eco-Artist Jackie Brookner.
February 21, 2013: The inaugural Art+Sci Salon at the Tacoma Art Museum! Our first gathering involved PechaKucha style, brief presentations about projects, artists, institutions, and any form of research exploring intersections between art and science. The Art+Sci Salon is an interdisciplinary forum organized by University of Puget Sound faculty.