We are currently developing our 2017 Art Meets Science program. Please check back for more information in the upcoming months
The 2016 exhibit, A Fresh Field of Life: Artists, Naturalists and the Vision for Acadia, included artist and scientist collaborations, one between artist Robyn Ellenbogen and scientists Kevin Strange, Ph.D., and Dustin Updike, Ph.D., and one between artist Linda Rowell-Kelley and Jane Disney, Ph.D.
The 2015 exhibit—“Is it Art or is it Science?”—featured forty Maine, national, and international artists, including collaborations between artist Kimberly Callas and scientist Jim Coffman, Ph.D., and artist Beth Pfeiffer and scientist Ben King, Ph.D. The sculptures of James Wolfe and Jens Zorn, Ph.D., were also highlighted.
The 2014 exhibit featured the work of 43 artists as well as collaborations between artists Ed Nadeau and Liz Cutler and scientists Aric Rogers and Sandra Rieger, respectively. The sculptures of David Sywalski and Melita Westerlund were also highlighted.
Twenty-three Maine artists participated in the 2013 exhibit. Artists Ben Lincoln, Nancy Manter, and Katherine Noble Churchill collaborated with scientists Dustin Updike, Voot Yin, and Jane Disney, respectively.