Art & Science
Collaborations™ Inc. (ASCI)

Founded in New York City in 1988, Art & Science Collaborations, Inc. (ASCI) is an international nonprofit organization devoted to increasing the visibility of art-sci work that is inspired by or uses science and/or technology to create new forms of expression, and to increase dialogue and collaborations between the fields of art and science.

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ASCI Director, Cynthia Pannucci [right], posing at first World Ocean Festival-NY with ocean hero, Sylvia Earle, whose global "Hope Spots" program may be key to saving our oceans. (June 4, 2017)
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Announcing ASCI's 
19th annual art-sci exhibition
Science Inspires Art: OCEAN
at the
Sept.16, 2017 - Feb. 25, 2018

PRESS RELEASE:

146 artists and scientists from around the world submitted images and our co-jurors selected those from the following who will participate in the exhibition:
Bob Barancik (USA), Danielle Baudrand (USA), Marta Beltramo (USA), Mary Ann Biehl (USA), Carrie Bodle (USA), Karen Cohen (USA), Hunter Cole (USA), Anna Davidson (USA), Lyubava Fartushenko (USA), Colleen Flanigan (USA), Pnina Gagnon (Canada), Anita Getzler (USA), Helen Glazer (USA), Sandra Gottlieb (USA), Marguerita Hagan (USA), Susan Hoenig (USA), Margaret Juul (USA), Ken Knowlton (USA), Ray Koh (USA), Amanda Levine (USA), Lenny Marignier (UK), Ryuta Nakajima (USA), Mary Kay Neumann (USA), Vanessa Nilsson (USA), Robert Patrick (USA), Weiheng Qian (USA), Véronique Robigou (USA), Jenny Rock (New Zealand), Cynthia Beth Rubin (USA), Rebecca Rutstein (USA), Edwin Salgado (USA), Wo Schiffman (USA)
Margrit Schwarz (USA), Dennis Summers (USA), Sarah Cameron Sunde (USA), and Joan Wheeler (USA)
Thank-You! to all who submitted and especially to those whose art inspires a new public perception of our innate ecological connection to our global ocean and the health challenges she faces today!

146 artists and scientists from around the world submitted images and our co-jurors selected artworks from the following participants:


Bob Barancik (USA), Danielle Baudrand (USA), Marta Beltramo (USA), Mary Ann Biehl (USA), Carrie Bodle (USA), Karen Cohen (USA), Hunter Cole (USA), Anna Davidson (USA), Lyubava Fartushenko (USA), Colleen Flanigan (USA), Pnina Gagnon (Canada), Anita Getzler (USA), Helen Glazer (USA), Sandra Gottlieb (USA), Marguerita Hagan (USA), Susan Hoenig (USA), Margaret Juul (USA), Helen Klebesadel/Mary Kay Neumann (USA), Ken Knowlton (USA), Ray Koh (USA), Amanda Levine (USA), Lenny Marignier (UK), Ryuta Nakajima (USA), Vanessa Nilsson (USA), Robert Patrick (USA), Weiheng Qian (USA), Véronique Robigou (USA), Jenny Rock (New Zealand), Cynthia Beth Rubin (USA), Rebecca Rutstein (USA), Edwin Salgado (USA), Wo Schiffman (USA), Margrit Schwarz (USA), Dennis Summers (USA), Sarah Cameron Sunde (USA), and Joan Wheeler (USA)


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ASCI MASTHEAD:  Thanks! to the ASCI members who allowed us to use their images to create our Masthead image [left-to-right: Agnes Denes, Roger Ferragallo, Ursula Freer, Julian Voss-Andreae, and Laura Splan].

ASCI MASTHEAD: Thanks! to the ASCI members who allowed us to use their images to create our Masthead image [left-to-right: Agnes Denes, Roger Ferragallo, Ursula Freer, Julian Voss-Andreae, and Laura Splan].