Visualize: Art as a Mechanism to Communicate Science
Art and science have always formed a natural partnership. Artists have an intangible ability to help people understand complex ideas. Their works have visually described new species, demonstrated complex natural and technological processes and concepts, and have enabled us to see the microscopic and the cosmic.
In this talk, Rae will discuss the importance of art in the sciences; how it has inspired scientific progress, the power that it wields as a tool to communicate science, how she has successfully collaborated with scientists to create dynamic SciComm projects and how you can too!
Rae is a creative professional with over 15 years of experience in creative direction, technical illustration, graphic design, data visualization, and animation with a background in coding and engineering. She possesses a unique blend of expertise gained from leading tech and communications initiatives in both the private and public sectors. Rae currently works as a Creative Director for an engineering and science communication firm providing design strategy and visual communications to support a diverse range of projects for clients including NASA, Princeton Satellite Systems, Science History Institute, and Re.Agency.