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About

A×S Symposia were launched in 2017 in partnership with the Williamson Gallery at ArtCenter College of Design. The inaugural event, Free Radicals: Evolving Perspectives on the Convergence of Art & Science, was a robust, two-day program of artist talks, performances, and presentations. Rather than focus on one specific thematic, the symposium presented an array of diverse viewpoints and approaches to the intersection of art and science. Cybernetics, space research, Earth sciences, media archeology, and museology, will all be addressed and positioned within the greater conversation of art and science.

The symposia are developed as a complement to the A×S Festival. The next symposium is slated for 2019, and will occur on alternating years with the Festival.

Events

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LASER: MOONS and More

July 23, 2018 @ 7:00pm

Grab some refreshments and join an avid audience of curious participants in the art-science dialogue, and speakers sharing their art/science/technology/media …

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LASER

March 29, 7—9pm

Co-organized by the MIT Press Leonardo Journal, the Williamson Gallery, and Fulcrum Arts, the March LASER will feature FIVE pecha-kucha style presenters, concluding …

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LASER: MARS Stories

January 8, 2018 | 7:00 PM

MARS Stories a meandering informal walk-around laced with spontaneous anecdotes, at the MARS: Astronomy and Culture exhibition. Join us for this free evening of …

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LASER: First Light

November 9, 2017 | 7—9 PM

Pasadena’s inaugural LASER event, First Light, is co-organized by the Fulcrum Arts and ArtCenter’s Williamson Gallery, and will feature the …

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Symposium

Free Radicals: Evolving Perspectives on the Convergence of Art & Science

July 7—8, 2017 | 9:30 AM — 4:00 PM

Fulcrum Arts and the Williamson Gallery at ArtCenter College of Design will present the symposium, Free Radicals: Evolving Perspectives on …

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