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Thursday, January 21, 2016

Augusta University's Morris Eminent Scholar, Professor Cheryl Goldseleger, brings the internationally known gathering LASER to Augusta University


What does science have to do with art? Augusta University's Morris Eminent Scholar, Professor Cheryl Goldseleger brings the internationally known gathering LASER to Augusta University's community and the CSRA on February 16, 2016.

Founded in 2008 by LASER Chair Piero Scaruffi on behalf of Leonardo/ISAST, LASERs are now happening in over a dozen locales nationally and internationally: New York City, London, Toronto Montreal, Tacoma and University of San Francisco, Stanford University, UC Berkeley, UCLA, UC Davis, UC Santa Cruz and Kansas State University.  Leonardo creates opportunities for the powerful exchange of ideas between practitioners in art, science and technology.  Exploring the ways these disciplines intersect and how collaboration can be the catalyst for solutions to critical challenges of the 21st century. 

JD Talasek, Director of Cultural Programming of the National Academy of Science will moderate a discussion between; Professor Cheryl Goldsleger (Artist), Dr. Michael Schwartz (Art History), Professor Amanda Behr (Anaplastology) and Dr. Paul Weinberger (Otolaryngology). 

This Evening Rendezvous is hosted by the Department of Art and the Pamplin College.

Event
Tuesday, February 16
6:00 - 8:00pm, reception to follow
J. Harold Harrison Educational Commons Auditorium

 Please go to this link to register if you wish to attend this free event. http://calendar.gru.edu/event/laser-leonardo-art--science-evening-rendezvous-series/

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