Science through the lens of artists


Sometimes, science can be best understood through the lens of an artists.  That’s the premises of the current exhibit at the Liberty Science Center “The Art of Science”.  This exhibit features 45 amazing photos depicted various subjects in science.  Organizers believe that art, in fact, holds the power to make science more accessible and understandable. 

 “When you include the arts in science and engineering and technology, you begin to have a whole different way of looking at problems and coming up with new and innovative solutions,” said Robert Morrison, President of Quadrant Arts Education Research.

The exhibit runs through March 17.  Check it out! 

Liberty Science Center is located at 222 Jersey City Blvd, (between Philip and Wilson Sts), Jersey City.  Exhibit is free with admission.

Source: via Jeannie on Pinterest

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