Making Space: A Workshop on Space, SciArt & Society
Jamie Molaro Planetary Science Institute
Making Space is an in-person multiday workshop about space, sciart, and making where we use art as a tool to explore scientific concepts and humanity’s relationship to space. Participants will learn about how we use spacecraft observations to explore other worlds, how to re-frame those observations in creative ways, do collaborative discussion and art activities, and practice creating sciart through hands-on art labs in a variety of mediums. By the end of the workshop, participants will create their own piece of science-driven art which they will be invited to showcase at an art exhibition later in the year. The workshop is targeted towards an adult audience with backgrounds (professional or otherwise) in art and/or science. Artists, makers, scientists, science communicators, and educators are encouraged to apply!
Workshop locations and dates:
- 15-17 April 2022
Catalyst Arts & Maker Space
- Summer 2022 (TBD)
- Fall 2022 (TBD)
Applications are open for the Tucson workshop. Sign up to be notified for Los Angeles and Denver events. These workshops are supported by NASA’s Solar System Exploration Research Virtual Institute. More information is available online.