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Common Traits of Art and Science Exhibit Opens in St. Paul

October 23, 2013Patrick NunnallyProgram & AnnouncementsComments Off on Common Traits of Art and Science Exhibit Opens in St. Paul

If you find yourself in St. Paul MN (admittedly more likely for some of you than others), stop by the Institute on the Environment’s offices in the LES Building, on the corner of Buford and Gortner Avenues on the University of Minnesota campus.  Here’s the notice the University posted recently:

THE INSTITUTE ON THE ENVIRONMENT’S COMMONS MEETING AND ART SPACE will celebrate the opening of its newest exhibit, Tales of Environmental Turbulence: the Common Trails of Art and Science, Oct. 17, 4:15 p.m., R350 Learning and Environmental Sciences building. The Commons Meeting and Art Space is designed to highlight the intersection of science and the arts.

So I’m too late to get the word out about the opening, but the exhibit is still quite interesting.  It’s great to thee the scientists at the IonE recognizing the value of artistic expression and communication–we need to go from exhibits to collaborations!


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