The Museum’s Art-Science interest group (ASIG) is a forum for interesting talks and provocations, aimed at exploring interactions between science and the arts. It meets every few months.
We had our eighth meeting on Thursday 15th November 2018. It was our two year anniversary, so we were celebrating with wine, interesting talks and a growing number of ASIG participants. There were participants from the NHM, art galleries, including our neighbours the Serpentine, other museums, and universities.
We were treated to talks by three great speakers:
Continue reading “Celebrating two years of the NHM Art-Science Interest Group”
There is a long tradition of art bringing dead things in museums to life. The Natural History Museum is full of specimens that give us windows into life in all its glory. But many artists give our collections and our ways of working new and unexpected lives. The Museum’s Art-Science Interest Group (ASIG) brings together the museum staff and artists (and in some cases these inhabit the same bodies) to explore the collections, and life, the universe and everything, through an artistic lens.
Continue reading “Contemporary art at the Natural History Museum”