NEW: Art at Exits: Seeing Stanford Species The exhibit--and its web coverage--begins with ten works by Audubon featuring birds found on Stanford's main campus. The Audubons are placed near building exits opening toward areas the featured birds frequent. Captions provide a science lens. More Audubons are coming.
Science Art & Nature Walks of the Stanford Campus Podcasts Download Loop 2 (1 hour 10 min) and Loop 7 (1 hour) Donald Kennedy, Paul Ehrlich, Katherine Preston and Darryl Wheye [Supported in part by the Stanford Arts Institute]
of Stanford is based on The Birder's Handbook
(Paul Ehrlich, David Dobkin, and Darryl Wheye. 1988. Simon & Schuster,
New York). It provides coverage
Artist Registry is designed for ornithological researchers seeking original art to accompany their publications and seeks
Science Art-Nature provides information about Science Art:
SA-N's most recent Science Art Exhibit, "Windows on Evolution: An Artistic
Celebration of Charles Darwin", which launched Darwin's Day, February 12, 2013.
SA-N's second Science Art Exhibit, "Bringing Symposia to Life", which was
inspired by the 2011 annual meeting of the AAAS in Washington, DC.[Supported
in part by Stanford Arts Institute and the Center for Conservation Biology (CCB)]
SA-N's first Science Art Exhibit, which was produced in conjunction with the
2010 Pacific Division AAAS meeting [Supported in part by the
Stanford Arts Institute and the Center for Conservation Biology (CCB)]
sample pages from
Humans, Nature, and Birds: Science Art from Cave Walls
to Computer Screens (Darryl Wheye and Donald Kennedy.
2008. Yale University Press, New Haven). [Published with
assistance from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation's Public
Understanding of Science and Technology Program]
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