Entries by Heather Barnett

Storytelling Science: Free online art, science and storytelling workshops | 19/20 February 2021

19/20 February 2021 Storytelling Science:  Creative online workshops for 13-17-year-olds exploring the science of our immune systems + Shigella bacterial infection through game-making and socially engaging games.   Chit Chat & Catch: Shigella is around! 19 / 20 February  2.00-3.30pm FREE EVENT: book here for Chit Chat & Catch   How can you cage bacteria? […]

CERN : Highlights and Reflections

In mid January of 2019 a group of over 20 MA Art and Science students made their way to CERN, the European Organisation for Nuclear Research. Famous for its discovery of the Higgs Boson to the World Wide Web, and home to the Large Hadron Collider. From learning about these discoveries, to seeing where they […]

EmbryonicA Open Studio 4th December 2019

Above image: Archway Studios – sorted and ready   Above image:  My Face   Above image: Close up of distorted reflection   Close up of Claire Mc Dermott’s sculpture    Above image: Osca Towe’s artist note book   Above image: Di Wingate’s installation   Above Image:Image of water colour stains and line work    Above […]

Open Studio – Wednesday 7 December

MA Art and Science  Open Studio Wednesday 7 December 2-8pm Come and see work in progress, experiments and performances from forty interdisciplinary practitioners exploring the interconnections between art and science. Central Saint Martins Archway CampusElthorne Studios9-15 Elthorne RoadLondon N19 4AJ For details of scheduled events and up to date information check event info on Facebook

Forced Connections and Rules of Random

How restrictions can make us more creative in art and teaching — Words by Stephen Bennett, with workshop observations from Lisa Pettibone and quotes from participants. Photos by Çağlar Tahiroğlu.     It is October 2016. The leaves are falling, yet it is a time of fresh promise for first-year students on Central Saint Martins’ masters […]

Cryptic Art & Science, exhibition 4-8 October

  ‘Cryptic – Art & Science’ is an innovative show bringing together the work of 15 international artists and scientists from the Central Saint Martins’ Postgraduate Art programme. The participating artists, who are entering into the final year of their MA Art and Science studies, will be investigating topics including: what does our genetic make-up say about […]

Event review of ‘What if… Why not? Creative Risk-taking in Art, Design and Performance’

This article first appeared in Spark: UAL Creative Teaching and Learning Journal Vol 1, No 2 (2016)  –  reproduced with permission Event review of ‘What if… Why not? Creative Risk-taking in Art, Design and Performance’ at Central St Martins, 21st March 2016 Åinne Burke and Neus Torres Tamarit, students on MA Art and Science, Central St […]