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Add to Calendar 5/3/2019 5:00 pm 5/3/2019 America/Chicago Scientific Exhibit: Phys498-ART Culminating Event: Science for the Senses DESCRIPTION:

"Science for the Senses", is the culminating public event for the project-based course Phys498-ART, Where the Arts Meets Physics, conducted by Prof. Smitha Vishveshwara and teaching assistants Jackson Fliss and Danielle Markovich, and is part of the May Urbana's First Friday. Drop by anytime 5-7pm. All ages welcome. Experience the universe and physics at play through song, illustration, poetry, and even cooking.

-Exhibits created by students include:

-Black holes and gravitational waves swirling in Japanese print;

-An electron's adventures with lasers in animation;

-The universe cooked in six delicious courses ;

-Pen-paper-coffee based renditions of solar system models;

-A lunar lander living space;

-Mass and time units grooving to live music;

-13 billion years in 13 melodic minutes.

And more! Students will be available to discuss,discourse, and delight throughout the event. 

 Facebook Event with Info:  https://www.facebook.com/events/2325391507750113/

 

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Students of Phys498-ART Where the Arts meets Physics

Analog Gallery, 129 N. Race Street Urbana IL 61801

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Scientific Exhibit: Phys498-ART Culminating Event: Science for the Senses

Speaker Students of Phys498-ART Where the Arts meets Physics
Date: 5/3/2019
Time: 5 p.m.
Location:

Analog Gallery, 129 N. Race Street Urbana IL 61801

Sponsor:

The Physics Department

Event Type: Seminar/Symposium
 

"Science for the Senses", is the culminating public event for the project-based course Phys498-ART, Where the Arts Meets Physics, conducted by Prof. Smitha Vishveshwara and teaching assistants Jackson Fliss and Danielle Markovich, and is part of the May Urbana's First Friday. Drop by anytime 5-7pm. All ages welcome. Experience the universe and physics at play through song, illustration, poetry, and even cooking.

-Exhibits created by students include:

-Black holes and gravitational waves swirling in Japanese print;

-An electron's adventures with lasers in animation;

-The universe cooked in six delicious courses ;

-Pen-paper-coffee based renditions of solar system models;

-A lunar lander living space;

-Mass and time units grooving to live music;

-13 billion years in 13 melodic minutes.

And more! Students will be available to discuss,discourse, and delight throughout the event. 

 Facebook Event with Info:  https://www.facebook.com/events/2325391507750113/

 

To request disability-related accommodations for this event, please contact the person listed above, or the unit hosting the event.

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