Science of Art


The Science of Art explores relationships between art and science through a series of programs and performances that highlight health, medicine, math, and the environment.

  • The Science of Art Series presents
    The Art of Citizen Science After Nature

    Feb 26, 2019 @ 6:00 PM
    Location: Science Hall West, Room 323

    How do we as citizens participate in the making of the sciences?  Join the ecological design team of SPURSE for a fascinating discussion of a critical topic.

    Admission:  Free



  • The Science of Art Series presents
    Time Lapse Dance Ensemble’s Ice Cycle

    Apr 04, 2019 @ 12:30 PM
    Location: Shea Center for Performing Arts

    Ice Cycle is a dance expressing the fragility and dynamism of the Arctic icescape using artistry to illustrate climate change. The piece is inspired by choreographer Jody Sperling’s experience dancing on Artic polar sea ice. For this performance, Time Lapse Dance Ensemble collaborates with composer Matthew Burtner, a pioneer in eco-acoustics, to include ice-inflected sounds to create stunningly beautiful music.

    Admission: General Public $5 • WP students admitted free with ID.

    Time Lapse Dance Ensemble