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Explore the Science/Art Interface in the classroom and other learning spaces with Peter Krsko

co-hosted by the Delta Program in Research, Teaching and Learning, The Arts Institute, the Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation and the NSF funded Materials Research Science and Engineering Center

Event Details

Wednesday, May 10, 2017
2-3 p.m.
H.F. DeLuca Forum, Discovery Building
The art/science interface has been described as “a space for experimentation, for play, and for asking big questions in different ways”, [1] with tangible benefits for both scientists and artists. Join us for an engaging presentation by the UW-Madison Arts Institute Artist in Residence, Peter Krsko where we explore these ideas, and in particular their application to teaching.