Friday, February 21, 2020 we celebrated the intersection of the sciences and the humanities with the 2020 Science as Art Exhibition!
Congratulations to all of our participants and award recipients!
Grand Prize Winner: Elizabeth Hungerman for her Artist’s Book “Florilegium”
People's Choice Winner - Henry Bushell for "Stoic Meditation"
Faculty Panel Award Winners - Kamryn Abraskin for "Key Concept" and Ari Coester for "Eulogy for Achatinella Mustelina"
Best in Time-Based Art - Catherine Budd, Noah Kelley, Daniel Knauss, Lea Russo, and Andrew McDonald for “Musical Tesla Coils”
Best in Digital Drawing or Painting - Shannon Zheng for “Deforestation: What’s at Steak?”
Best in Photo - Monica Babits for “Child of the Universe”
Best in Literary Arts - Kelsea Chen for “flight of the red bird”
Best Drawing or Painting - Isabel Holten for “The Universe Inside of Us”
Honorable Mention- Digital Drawing/Painting - Hollyann Start for “How do Frogs Breathe During Different Seasons?"
Honorable Mention- Time-based Art - Alain Sullivan for “Matched”
Honorable Mention - Photography - Tyler Dittenbir for “Fall Colors in Michigan”
Honorable Mention- Digital Drawing/Painting - Hanling Christine Gu for “Finals Week”
Honorable Mention - Photography - Stephanie Francalancia for “Protective Skulls”
Honorable Mention - Photography - Gregory Gicewicz Jr. for “Rebirth”
Honorable Mention - Literary Arts - Parvathy Nair for “Primate social behaviors on The Bachelor”