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Creative Reactions 2020

Past event - 2020
01 Sep to 30 Sep Virtual Gallery
Virtual Art Exhibition, creativereactions.com,
Online Here
Creative Reactions, Art meets Science goes digital! Our virtual science-art exhibition is on throughout September at creativereactions.com

Above photo credit: Magda Ehlers from Pexels

Creative Reactions Reading

.~~Click here to see the artwork~~. (virtual exhibition)
Chloe Brimicombe (Curator, Environmental Scientist)
Nerea Ferrando (Curator, Environmental Scientist and Visual Artist)
In April 2020, hit with the news that Pint of Science was to be delayed until at least September. Nerea Ferrando and Chloe Brimicombe, two Environmental Science PhD students from the University of Reading came up with a plan to run a Twitter Creative Reactions event during the month of May.

This exhibition showcases some of the works from talented researchers and artists for the two themes of Covid-19 and Climate Change; topics which have a large global impact.

Creative Reactions Cambridge

Creative Reactions was formed when a group of scientists and artists got together and thought it would be amazing if creatives could meet with the scientists from the Pint of Science festival. We are proud to present the sixth Cambridge Creative Reactions science-art exhibition, and the very first online display. Here, local creatives have responded to the speakers from the Cambridge Pint of Science live show, 'The Immune System: Friend or Foe?' (Link to show above).

Despite dramatic changes to the landscape of how we collaborate and interact, a dedicated collection of artists from Cambridge have explored novel ways of collaboration to produce artworks in response to current science on the immune system.

This exhibition would not be possible without the work of equally dedicated volunteers, including Colleen Rollins, Tejasvini Chalikonda, Miriam Lisci, Martha Irene, and Karen Jinks.

Creative Reactions Nottingham

Blog Posts (updated throughout September 2020)
In Nottingham, our team have focused on the artists and scientists behind the collaborations. Who are they, how do they work and what does the process of these collaborations look like?

Over September, they will be showcasing different examples of art-science collaborations with a new blog post about the artwork, the science and the people behind it. Some pieces were made specifically for this year’s online event and others were part of previous Creative Reactions exhibitions, or collaborations outside of Pint of Science.

Inspired to try some sci-art yourself? There will be a chance to get creative yourself, too. We don’t want to give too much away, but keep your pencils sharpened and look out for our posts!