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Art-Science Collaborations
As in previous years, the Bay-Delta Science conference will feature

artwork relating to the estuary and/or the conference theme.

Artists of all forms and media, including but not limited to

painting, photography, sculpture, digital, music, and performance

are encouraged to apply.

In addition to our general call for artist submissions, we are

particularly interested in featuring original works created through

collaborations between artists and scientists. Art-science

collaborations deepen and enrich artistic work while

communicating scientific research to broader audiences. For

artists interested in collaborating with a scientist, you don’t need any scientific expertise, just curiosity and willingness to learn! After all, your graphs and data visualizations are really just art in disguise.

Abstracts should contain a 300-word or less description of the project, or proposed project, the name(s) of the project contributor(s), the project’s connection to the San Francisco Bay-Delta Estuary, and (preferred but not required) its connection to the conference theme. Submissions should be made through the abstract submission website. Priority will be given to projects showcasing diverse viewpoints, unique art-science collaborations, and underrepresented groups. Deadline is September 1, 2024.

Bay-Delta Science Conference art project
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