Thank you to everyone who submitted their art to our 2020 Virtual Science Art Exhibition. We are currently working on our new exhibit: Breaking Barriers. Make sure to follow our social media accounts for updates!
Media Featuring Our 2019 Science-Art Events
View an online version of our 2019 science art exhibition on Art The Science.
MSU SCICOMM AND FRIB PARTNER TO HOST YOUTUBE STAR
Nearly 500 people attended a live-science art show on Oct. 19 featuring YouTube science communicator “Physics Girl” Dianna Cowern. The crowd included grade-school students, teachers, parents, college students, professors and scientists.
The Sci-Files releases beer for science this Saturday!
What do a YouTube star, a new beer, a silicone model of the bladder and a virtual tour of a nuclear facility have in common? They are all part of Michigan State University’s Science Communication student organization’s (MSU SciComm) science-art showcase. MSU SciComm will host a science-art showcase on Oct. 19. A free live show...
MSU SCICOMM HOSTS SCIENCE, ART SHOWCASE OCT. 19
The MSU Science Communication, or SciComm, student organization will host a science-art showcase from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. on Oct. 19. Theshow will feature YouTube star “Physics Girl” Dianna Cowern. Additional events include a planetarium show, science-art exhibit and a beer release.
The Sci-Files – 10/13/2019 – Dianna Cowern – Physics Girl
This week on The Sci-Files, Chelsie and Danny interview Dianna Cowern (“Physics Girl”). This interview sheds light on Dianna’s experiences as a science communicator. She is the creator and host of the viral and PBS sponsored “Physics Girl” web series with over 1.3...
MSU SCIENCE MAJORS PRODUCE ART EXHIBIT, PODCAST AND PALE ALE
Who starts a student organization, podcast and releases a craft beer while pursuing doctorate degrees from one of the top science research universities in the state... Michigan State University graduate students Chelsie Boodoo and Daniel Puentes.
Art the Science Blog Post
The Exploring Life Through SciArt exhibition united the science and art communities of East Lansing, Michigan. Organized by the Michigan State University Science Communication Organization (MSU SciComm) in 2019, this exhibition featured original science-art collaborations created by university science students and local artists.