Art-science program development

As director of Art+Science at the UC Santa Cruz Norris Center for Natural History I create science+art outreach and programming to impact environmental policy, educate students, facilitate art and science collaborations, and for public outreach. This involves building art/science curriculum, developing innovative research driven art programming, running an art-science residency for faculty and students, as well as creating and teaching a new art-science integrated course. My work, as well as that of the students that I teach and mentor, has been used for public outreach and education, including a published book on bee population decline, a book on species loss, multiple field guides, academic publications, and a public outreach project on the impact that a US/Mexico wall would have on biodiversity. Other outcomes include multiple student art shows and sales, use of student art in science talks, and natural history themed artist workshops and events.

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Press

Jonathan Wosen, 2019. UC Santa Cruz program brings science to life through art. Santa Cruz Sentinel. https://www.santacruzsentinel.com/2019/11/08/program-brings-science-to-life-through-art/

Jennifer McNulty, 2019. Public invited to view Norris Center art-science residency projects. Tuesday Newsday. https://news.ucsc.edu/2019/10/holl-art.html

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