Harvard Museum of Natural History, 26 Oxford Street
Glowing under black lights, luminescent paintings by California artist Lily Simonson embody a synergy between art and science that reveals new ways of seeing and understanding life forms in the deep ocean.
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Join us for a lecture with artist Adam Chau on July 2, 2018 from 5:30-6:30 pm. Chau's exhibition, Screenshot, is on view in Gallery 224 from May 29 - July 2. Join us in the gallery after the lecture for a closing reception with the artist!
Adam Chau brings craft and technology together by using handmade tools in conjunction with digital technology. Porcelain tiles in the shape of electronic products (smartphones, tablets, and monitors) are used to examine how we engage with technology and how it reminds us of the need to connect with each other. In his TXT series, blue and white tiles carry text messages of intimate conversations - in the Tablet series, computer-generated selfies are created using handmade brushes on a CNC machine... Read more about Screenshot | Adam Chau Closing Lecture and Reception
We'll discuss, explore, and destroy some of the common ceramic myths. We will discuss topics such as "No, opening your kiln early does not cause crazing" and " Gas escaping from your clay can't cause pin-holing. Physics doesn't work that way." as well as others. We will wash away the nonsense, and fill you with optimism and information.
This lecture is free and open to the public. Sign up below!