When the laboratory meets the studio

Scientists, artists asked to contribute visual work examining their two worlds
By Staff

Faculty, staff and students at all CU campuses are invited to submit entries to the second Art in Science/Science in Art show.

The exhibit aims to explore the gulf between science and art, with practitioners of both asked to offer visuals that join the two worlds. Scientists are asked to submit images created as part of their everyday work, while artists are asked to offer original works inspired by scientific ideas.

Show organizers Helen Macfarlane, M.A., medical illustrator, and J.J. Cohen, M.D., Ph.D., professor of immunology, are from the School of Medicine.

Entries are due Friday, Oct. 16, with details on the ensuing exhibition to be announced. To see examples of images included in the first show, look through the gallery. For more information, e-mail