Art of Science 2014

The Art of Science Competition celebrates the aesthetics of research and explores the interconnected nature of science and art. Last year, we received over 100 submissions, representing more than 20 different departments across the University, ranging from Materials Science to Neuroscience, Geology to Stem Cell Biology, and Psychology to Aeronautics. Join the tradition!
An exhibition showcasing the best submissions will take place on Friday, May 23 from 4-6pm in the Packard Bldg Atrium. The competition will be judged by a distinguished panel, including an artist from the Exploratorium and a curator from the Cantor Arts Center. Cash prizes will be awarded at 5:30pm, and light refreshments will be served.

Submit Here! or right below!

Submission guidelines:
All members of the Stanford community are invited to submit, and multiple submissions are allowed. The focus of this competition is art, and thus the aesthetic rather than scientific quality of the image is key. Creativity and uniqueness will be considered favorably. Images produced in the process of performing research, such as photographs, micrographs, and simulation results, as well as art inspired by science, are gladly accepted. Lastly, think outside the box – last year we received a number of amazing paintings, mixed media and audio/visual works. All submissions should be made through the link above.
Check out the AoS tab to see past submissions and details!
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