Join MARINE for an evening dedicated to exploring the integration of art and science. A panel of artists will speak about their experience working at this interface, and will discuss how art can be used to improve science understanding, communication, and integration into society.
Where: Moss Landing Marine Labs
When: Saturday, October 8th, 5:00-8:30pm
Register HERE by October 6th
The evening will conclude with a reception in a pop-up gallery of artwork submitted by students, faculty, and other science-inspired artists in the MARINE community. Appetizers and drinks will be provided!
We are seeking artsy scientists or artists inspired by science to display their work during our pop-up gallery reception. If you are interested in submitting a piece of art, please click here for more information.
Enid Baxter Ryce (nee Blader) is an artist, filmmaker and musician whose investigations explore the lyrical relationships resonating in places between ecology and hidden histories. She creates exhibits in museums, non-profit, community-based or government venues. Her works have exhibited internationally at venues such as the Smithsonian, Washington, D.C; the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles; Location One, New York and many others.
Enid’s work was featured in the Getty Museum’s retrospective of California Video, 1960-present. Her animation, Olive’s Backyard Concert, has screened in film festivals internationally and regularly on California PBS. A collection of her filmic art works, A Film is a Burning Place, was released by Microcinema International on the Aurora Video Label. Learn more about Enid at her website.
Daniel McCormick and Mary O'Brien
Daniel McCormick and Mary O’Brien create sculptures that have a part in influencing the ecological balance of compromised environments. They have collaborated for over twenty years to create environmental art installations which have a remedial trajectory. Their projects move away from an anthropocentric point of view. These works are intended to give advantage to natural systems, and after a period of time, as the restoration process is established, the artists' presence diminishes, and the end result is remedial.
Daniel McCormick is an interdisciplinary artist/design professional with integrated skills in the fields of environmental design, sculptural installation and ecological restoration. He was educated at the University of California, College of Creative Studies and has a BA from the College of Environmental Design.
Mary O’Brien is a sculptor and creative director. She uses film, video and sculpture to explore the nature of shifting cultural identities in communities. She has a BA in Political Science from Marquette University and a Certificate in Studio Arts from UC Berkeley.
Learn more about Daniel and Mary at their website.
Adrien Segal is a sculptural artist based in Oakland, CA. Her work has been exhibited internationally in galleries and museums, and is published in several books and academic journals, including Boom: A Journal of California, Data Flow 2 and Arid Journal. She has been an Artist in Residence at the Bunnell Street Art Center in Alaska, Oregon College of Arts and Crafts in Portland, and at Autodesk's Pier 9 Workshop in San Francisco.
Adrien has held Visiting Artist positions at San Diego State University and at California College of the Arts, where she holds a BFA in Furniture Design. In addition to teaching, she pursues her creative practice out of her studio on the former Naval Base in Alameda, CA. Learn more about Adrien at her website.
Andrea Dingeldein is a science illustrator based out of Pacific Grove, CA and the program assistant for the science illustration program at CSUMB. She works in a variety of traditional and digital media and enjoys partnering with scientists to create infographics that disseminate scientific research to a broader audience. She recently completed a summer fellowship at Friday Harbor Laboratories and has collaborated with researchers to produce illustrations published in the Bulletin of Marine Science and Ecological Modelling.