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Interconnected: An SLC Pixel Project

Friday, October 21, 2022
2:00-4:00 PM
Science Learning Center Chemistry Dow Lab Map
Beginning in 2019, the SLC partnered with artist and U-M alumnus Doug Jones on an inclusive and collaborative art project involving U-M students and staff. Doug specializes in all-inclusive, collaborative design and invented his PIXEL Technique used in much of his work. Several years ago, Doug worked with the U-M Library on a similar project, Connect the Dots: Collective Interpretations from the U-M Library Collections, from 2018-2019. U-M Library published a video describing that project and Doug's approach. You can also view the online exhibit or see the works in person in the Shapiro Undergraduate and Hatcher Graduate libraries.

This fall, the SLC will unveil the four art pieces created in collaboration with Doug and over 50 U-M student and staff co-creators. The special open house will be revealed as part of the newly renovated Science Learning Center. We have worked closely with our partners in LSA facilities to plan and implement renovations that go beyond aesthetic and infrastructure improvements, but focus on making the physical space more welcoming and inclusive. This artwork will be a critical component of our transformed space.

RSVP required by Friday, October 21 at 12:00 noon.
Building: Chemistry Dow Lab
Event Type: Reception / Open House
Tags: art, Central Campus, Free, Inclusion, science learning center, slc
Source: Happening @ Michigan from Science Learning Center