Estuarine researchers Deanna Erickson and Emily Tyner will discuss the science behind the art of Suzanne Caporael. Erickson and Tyner will take a close look at two pieces within Suzanne Caporael: The Nature of Things, the Chazen’s new exhibit featuring Caporael, to help us understand exactly what is occurring in the images, and why the connection between art and science is so important.
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Join us for the return of our Bridge Poetry series, which highlights an esteemed literary tradition: poetry inspired by art. This series establishes a unique opportunity for poets to write and read ekphrastic—or descriptive—poems. For the Bridge Poetry Series reading on March 31, poets wrote in response to Suzanne Caporael: The Nature of Things, the Chazen’s new exhibit, which opened on February 23rd.
Pictured: Suzanne Caporael, Shore Lead, 2000 Online. 6:30-7:30 p.m. Information: firstname.lastname@example.org