Prof. Coover’s Work Featured in New Art Exhibit, Sensing Change, at Chemical Heritage Foundation

Sensing Change is an art exhibit that aims to highlight the intersection of art and science, presented by Chemical Heritage Foundation (CHF). FMA Associate Professor Roderick Coover’s work is featured in the exhibit along with other other artists’ work by Vaughn Bell, Diane Burko, Katie Holten, Stacy Levy, Eve Mosher, Fernanda Viégas, and Martin Wattenberg. Featured artists use their work to interpret scientific findings, historical records, and their own observations to bridge the divide between what can be seen in daily life to larger global changes. Their work creates a space for conversations emerging out of a renewed sense of place.

Sensing Change is a ten-month exhibit of art that visualizes the unseen regarding the issue of climate change. It is a comprehensive exhibit, giving audiences access through a variety of channels. Guests may wish to see the artwork in person by visiting the Hach Gallery, engage in a First Friday program or community outreach event, listen to CHF’s podcast Distillations for a themed series surrounding Sensing Change, or participate online via the website and social media platforms.

Opening day of the exhibit has specially extended hours for First Friday. Regular operating hours are Monday through Friday 10am-4pm; Special summer hours June-August 10am-5pm.

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About the Chemical Heritage Foundation (CHF): Sensing Change comes from CHF’s Center for Contemporary History and Policy (CCHP) and CHF’s Roy Eddleman Insitute (REI). CCHP’s mission is to apply original and historical-based perspectives to contemporary science and technology-based societal challenges. The Roy Eddleman Institute for Interpretation and Education aims to bring chemistry to a broad audience through the museum, public programs, print and web-based publications, and educational materials.

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