NEST Embryonic Exhibition

Embryonic, the premiere exhibition for NEST, showcases the intersections, disruptions and insights made possible when scientific research and artistic practice meaningfully engage. Featured artworks include polymeric "embryos", ribonucleic acid prints, activated carbon sculptures, time-lapse bacterial growth, alternative barn swallow habitat, mega microscopy and more.

Partnerships around campus highlighted here include the BioFrontiers Institute, the CU Museum of Natural History, NIST and the CU Art Museum's Documenting Change exhibitions.

Nature, Environment, Science & Technology (NEST) Studio for the Arts is a network of faculty, students, centers and campus units that combine artistic practice and scientific research to explore our common and disparate ways of observing, recording, experimenting and knowing. A series of cross-campus initiatives allow students to directly engage with faculty mentors and inspire alternate modes of communicating with the public.

Friday, September 21, 2018 at 11:00am to 5:00pm


CASE, West 210