NAS announces Virtual Symposium on Visual Culture and Bioscience

National Academy of Sciences has sponsored exhibitions, concerts, and other events that explore relationships among the arts and sciences.

Symposium participants:

  • Max Aguilera-Hellweg, photographer, writer, and filmmaker, Cambridge, Mass.
  • Bergit Arends, historian and curator, Museum of Natural History, London
  • Andrew Carnie, artist, consultant, and Greater London Arts Professor at Winchester School of Art, Winchester, United Kingdom
  • Oron Catts, artistic director, SymbioticA: The Art & Science Collaborative Research Laboratory, School of Anatomy and Human Biology, University of Western
  • Australia, Perth, Australia
  • Catherine Chalmers, artist, New York City
  • Helen Chandler, former scientific manager, Arts and Genomics Center, University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam, Netherlands
  • Raphael Cuir, art historian and J.P. Getty Scholar, Los Angeles
  • Carl Djerassi, emeritus professor of chemistry, Stanford University, San Diego
  • Florian Dombois, professor and head, Institute for Transdisciplinarity, Bern University of the Arts, Bern, Switzerland
  • Troy Duster, professor of sociology, New York University, New York City
  • Sian Ede, arts director, UK Branch of Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation Applications, London
  • Sabine Flach, lecturer, Center for Literary Studies, Berlin
  • Giovanni Frazzetto, molecular biologist, London School of Economics and Political Science, London
  • David Freedberg, professor and director, Italian Academy for Advanced Studies in America, Columbia University, New York City
  • Karl Grimes, artist and professor, School of Communications, Dublin City University, Dublin, Ireland
  • Jens Hauser, independent curator and writer, Paris
  • Marvin Heiferman, curator, Creative Consultant to the Smithsonian Photography Initiative, and professor, New York School of Visual Arts, New York City
  • Vladimir Mironov, research associate professor and director of Bioprin

Contact: Alana Quinn
The National Academies

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