How does physics affect how we see a work of art? How do paleontologists and archaeologists use observation skills in the field? How do the mind and the body communicate when painting or exploring?
Join artists, scientists and explorers as we take a look at the science of discovery and observation.
Students from Project Exploration and Marwen
- Dr. Paul Sereno, Professor, University of Chicago, National Geographic Explorer in Residence, Co-founder and President, Project Exploration
- Gabrielle Lyon, Co-founder and Executive Director, Project Exploration
- Dr. Heinrich Jaeger, Professor of Physics, The James Franck Institute of The Univeristy of Chicago
- Julie Marie Lemon, Arts Educator
This event is free and open to the public. However, reservations are required.
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