"In this journey we will depart from the often-present science-art dichotomy, exploring the complicated, often-unexpected relationship that physics and the arts share. This complex relationship provides opportunities for fresh storytelling, in particular, physics narratives embedded in a wider culture and interdisciplinary explorations. I will also argue that science acting in concert with the arts can deliver benefits beyond science communication: Addressing questions of social justice as influence for a more equitable world."
February 28, 2020
Location: 640 S. Shaw Lane, 1300 FRIB Laboratory, MI
Phone: (517) 908-7573
Time: 5:30 PM to 7:30 PM