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  • Eco-Theater Engages Visitors at Lamont-Doherty’s Open House

    Eco-Theater Engages Visitors at Lamont-Doherty’s Open House

    Visitors to Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory’s open house on Oct. 11 could tune in to a performance of “Salty Folk” by Superhero Clubhouse, a collective of artists and environmental advocates. Created by Jeremy Pickard and Nate Weida, the play uses music and humor to illustrate the history and importance of New York Harbor through the “eyes”…

  • Artists, Scientists Match up at ‘Speed Dating’ Event

    Artists, Scientists Match up at ‘Speed Dating’ Event

    During the dates, participants shared with one another work they had done on cell phones and tablets, and exchanged information, making plans to talk in the future. Daters everywhere were rapt in conversation, and you could see an occasional wild hand gesturing in excitement.

  • Artist/Scientist Speed Dating Event on Nov. 6

    Artist/Scientist Speed Dating Event on Nov. 6

    Have you ever wondered what can spark collaboration between artists and scientists? Witness as first “dates” unfold between two featured pairs of artists and scientists, and then have your turn at meeting potential collaborators of your opposite discipline.

  • A Different Climate Change Message, on Stage Nov. 2-3

    A Different Climate Change Message, on Stage Nov. 2-3

    The Superhero Clubhouse eco-theater group will be putting on a double-billed performance –Don’t Be Sad Flying Ace! and Field Trip: A Climate Cabaret- on November 2nd and 3rd at the Theater at the 14th St. Y, 344 East 14th Street (between 1st and 2nd Aves).

  • The Art / Science Dating Game

    The Art / Science Dating Game

    On March 27 at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, PositiveFeedback and the Met will host The Art and Science Dating Game: How Artists and Scientists Find Each Other…And What Happens Next? This event will feature a dialogue between three pairs of collaborators—scientists and artists focused on climate change—and is meant to inspire and motivate individuals…

  • Theater Group to Perform “Climate Cabaret” at Lamont Open House

    Theater Group to Perform “Climate Cabaret” at Lamont Open House

    “Field Trip: A Climate Cabaret,” at the Lamont Doherty Earth Observatory Open House on Oct. 6, will use song and dance to focus on the research of prominent female scientists.

  • The Art and Science of Speed Dating

    The Art and Science of Speed Dating

    Speed dating can help singles looking for love. Can it help bring artists and scientists closer together, too?

Banner featuring a collage of extreme heat images.

Recent record-breaking heat waves have affected communities across the world. The Extreme Heat Workshop will bring together researchers and practitioners to advance the state of knowledge, identify community needs, and develop a framework for evaluating risks with a focus on climate justice. Register by June 15

  • Eco-Theater Engages Visitors at Lamont-Doherty’s Open House

    Eco-Theater Engages Visitors at Lamont-Doherty’s Open House

    Visitors to Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory’s open house on Oct. 11 could tune in to a performance of “Salty Folk” by Superhero Clubhouse, a collective of artists and environmental advocates. Created by Jeremy Pickard and Nate Weida, the play uses music and humor to illustrate the history and importance of New York Harbor through the “eyes”…

  • Artists, Scientists Match up at ‘Speed Dating’ Event

    Artists, Scientists Match up at ‘Speed Dating’ Event

    During the dates, participants shared with one another work they had done on cell phones and tablets, and exchanged information, making plans to talk in the future. Daters everywhere were rapt in conversation, and you could see an occasional wild hand gesturing in excitement.

  • Artist/Scientist Speed Dating Event on Nov. 6

    Artist/Scientist Speed Dating Event on Nov. 6

    Have you ever wondered what can spark collaboration between artists and scientists? Witness as first “dates” unfold between two featured pairs of artists and scientists, and then have your turn at meeting potential collaborators of your opposite discipline.

  • A Different Climate Change Message, on Stage Nov. 2-3

    A Different Climate Change Message, on Stage Nov. 2-3

    The Superhero Clubhouse eco-theater group will be putting on a double-billed performance –Don’t Be Sad Flying Ace! and Field Trip: A Climate Cabaret- on November 2nd and 3rd at the Theater at the 14th St. Y, 344 East 14th Street (between 1st and 2nd Aves).

  • The Art / Science Dating Game

    The Art / Science Dating Game

    On March 27 at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, PositiveFeedback and the Met will host The Art and Science Dating Game: How Artists and Scientists Find Each Other…And What Happens Next? This event will feature a dialogue between three pairs of collaborators—scientists and artists focused on climate change—and is meant to inspire and motivate individuals…

  • Theater Group to Perform “Climate Cabaret” at Lamont Open House

    Theater Group to Perform “Climate Cabaret” at Lamont Open House

    “Field Trip: A Climate Cabaret,” at the Lamont Doherty Earth Observatory Open House on Oct. 6, will use song and dance to focus on the research of prominent female scientists.

  • The Art and Science of Speed Dating

    The Art and Science of Speed Dating

    Speed dating can help singles looking for love. Can it help bring artists and scientists closer together, too?