A multi-media group exhibition is exploring the relationship as well as the intersection of art, science and technology.
“Supernova” is a group exhibition of multi-media works by current and recent graduates of the MFA/MS in Visualization Degree Program at Texas A&M.
Fresh Arts invites the public to an opening reception beginning Friday, Mar. 27 at 6 p.m. and closing at 7 p.m. with a performance; all dedicated to expose the union of art and science.
A free workshop called Natural Preserves: Aquascaping, follows on May 9, from 2 to 4 p.m. Participants may create their own submerged compositions using re-purposed mason jars and an assortment of aquatic plants.
Due to economic uncertainty, the U.S. turned to the idea of innovating the study of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics in order to boot the country’s success. Critics of the movement insisted Art and Design should be included in the mix with STEM as they are equal driving forces needed to transform national economy.
Both events will be at the Fresh Arts, 2101 Winter Street, Studio B11, Houston, TX, 77007. Free parking is available.
‘Supernova’ Exhibition Explores Relationship between Art, Science was originally published on boom92houston.com