Art provides an opportunity for visualisation and communication of science…
During the Manchester Science Festival 2011, MadLab will be hosting its first science themed exhibition, on the subject of Microbiology and Art (Oct 20 – Nov 11). Items on display will include a range of different representations of links between microbiology and art – photography, jewellery, embroidery, music, painting and so on – produced by science students from MMU. In addition, the Manchester Microbe Map, produced by the intrepid members of DIYBIOMCR will be on display alongside the MMU AIDS banner, and an open call for work.
Take part in the exhibition. Here’s how.
Think about the obvious links between microbiology and art – deterioration of cultural heritage, images of infectious disease, the beauty of microscopic images, disease in history, literature – and the not so obvious.
Search the subject online, you may be surprised!
If you are inspired to produce your own artwork, then submit it to firstname.lastname@example.org by the 30th September.
Please include with your submission:
Any questions or queries can be directed to the above contact.
A panel of judges will select one entry to join the exhibition.
Submission deadline : 30th September
Winner announced : 7th of October
Exhibition launch : 22nd October
This event is part of the Manchester Science Festival 2011 and DIYBIOMCR. This blog was originally posted on the MadLab website.