Jill will be presenting our project at the American Geophysical Union’s Fall Meeting in New Orleans on Thursday, December 14. I’ve been more of a Graphic Designer this week, creating contact sheets and flow charts to help visualize all of the research we have done. Below are some of the images that will be presented in the interactive poster.
Closing thoughts: a work in progress
Coming towards the end of The Bridge residency, the AGU presentation has been a good milestone to work towards. It has led us to some important questions: how do you package up a work in progress for something as finalized as a research poster? How can you present a project when there are no conclusions yet? How can you represent the project and gain valuable feedback while being mindful that it is still in the developmental stages?
I’m looking forward to catching up with Jill after the AGU presentation. We’ll have a lot to discuss in next week’s blog!
I just got down to New Orleans for the AGU Fall Meeting. A lot of people have been working
really hard to build the Art and Science Community at all levels this year. We are really seeing
some traction with all the events that are on offer this year. I thought I’d share those with you
to get an idea of how we are growing opportunities for engagement in the Arts and Sciences. I
personally have contributed to the Art and Science Steering Committee, helped select and
organize our first art show, and will be running several events including the session I am leading
on Thursday and presenting on the SciArt Center residency and our work. It’s an exciting and
very busy time. I look forward to sharing more about the presentation and conference soon.
Until next week!