The Artist-in-Residence program lies at the intersection of art and science. The program allows artists (from a variety of fields) and scientists to collaborate, communicate, and learn together, spurring creative thinking and innovation that benefits both art and science. Residency recipients will produce and display science-based artwork (e.g., visual, audio) and will participate in a series of public talks to explain their work.
The Artist-in-Residence program will begin in fall 2023. More information about the opportunity and application process will be made available in April 2023.