In the Fall term the Department of Physics and Astronomy invites proposals for Artist-in-Residence projects that respond to Physics and Astronomy research from creative visual arts and music composition perspectives.
Artist residents embed themselves in the research lab/group to envision and produce a response that connects to the scientific research. Selected artists receive $500 at the end of the program. Reasonable material costs will also be covered.
Selected students spend time each week with the research group, and create a unique work, body of work, composition, or set of compositions in response that is presented at an exhibition/performance at the end of the spring term. Click here for information on how to apply for the 2018 competition.
Kenneth Brown "Simulation No.1" - Professor Jeffrey Newman
Brian Riordan "The First Wave"- Professor Arthur Kosowsky
Gabrielle Ralambo Rajerison "The Universe Offers No Conditionals: Poem"- Professor Carles Badenes
Jessica Moore "As Light Leaves: Poetic and Imagistic Response to Astronomical Studies"- Professor Andrew Zentner
Sarah Thornton "As She Is: Exploring Cosmology Through Touch"- Professor Andrew Zentner
Laura Schwartz "System Cooling"- Professor Ayres Freitas
Ryan McMasters "How to Drive a Qubit"- Professor Michael Hatridge
Stephanie Taylor "Artistic Exploration of Astrophysics and Cosmology"- Professor Carles Badenes, Professor Arthur Kosowsky & Professor Jeffrey Newman