Friday, November 18, 2011

Art 329: Intersection of Art and Science

The Art Department is offering a great course for the Spring of 2012: Art 329: Intersection of Art and Science. The class is taken with Professor Halloran and is a creative collaboration between Chapman University and the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory.

• Meet the designers and engineers of satellites
for nighttime observational astronomy
at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory
• See new materials and technologies
being developed at JPL
• Get to go to Topanga State Park to look
through telescopes and to experiment with
long exposure photography

(Chapman University, Moulton, 227 Studio)
• Alternating Fridays
(NASA’s Jet Propulsion Labratory,
Pasedena, CA)
• Topango State Park

If you're a student interested in signing up for the class you must write a one page essay explaining your interest in Art and Science and include samples of your artwork. Only 15 students will be allowed to take the course so don't hold out too long on this great opportunity!

Contact Professor Halloran at for more information.

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