Announcements / 10.29.20

Women in Art and Science panel: “The Criticality of Hope” on November 10

Register to attend “The Criticality of Hope” panel on Tuesday, November 10. Open to the public.

Women in Art and Science, The Criticality of Hope: Virtual Panel Discussion
Co-presented with Catalyst Conversations

Tuesday, November 10
1:00-2:00 p.m.
Register here.
Open to all.

Inspired by Bina Venkataraman’s book, The Optimist’s Telescope; Thinking Ahead in a Reckless Age, the speakers will explore the criticality of hope and optimism in our culture, and how practitioners in both the arts and sciences rely on hope in order to be forward-thinking in this current moment.

This event is presented concurrently with the art exhibit, Worlds of Marvel. Broadies currently working onsite are invited to view the exhibit in the 415 Main and 75 Ames 2nd Floor Connector.

About the panelists

Institute member Cigall Kadoch; multimedia artists Michelle Samour and Maggie Stark; and journalist and science policy expert (and former-Broadie) Bina Venkataraman. Moderated by Deborah Davidson.

About the exhibit

Worlds of Marvel
March-November 2020
2nd floor connector
Curated by Deborah Davidson

Artists Michelle Samour and Maggie Stark create realms of wonder. They are masters of their respective craft and use their materials to engage the viewer in ideas about permanence, transience, and the intersections between science, technology, and the natural world.