It’s getting to be that time of year again!
Dust off your camera, program your computer, clean off the lenses of your microscope, dig out your sketch book, or rummage through your jpegs and film negatives. Do what you have to so you can submit a photo for the 2014 Science As Art calendar, produced annually by the Faculty of Science.
And this edition of the calendar is a special one – it will be the 10th edition of Science As Art! Let’s make this an outstanding one!
Submissions are currently being accepted. Deadline for submissions is Friday, March 8, 2013 at 4 p.m. Atlantic time.
All Faculty of Science alumni, students (must be registered in a Dalhousie Faculty of Science program), faculty, retired faculty and staff are encouraged to submit their photos and images.
Download the Science As Art 2014 Entry Form (PDF – 1MB)
The subjects of the photographs and images are limited only by your imagination. Past submissions include sunsets, insects, axon fibers, LiDAR imaging, animal encounters, species genetic diversity mapping, plasma globes, protoplasts, a superconductor levitating on a rare earth magnet, triple immunolabeling for serotonin, CSP and dVMAT taken in the Tupper imaging suite. We’d love to see GIS/mapping images, and more mathematical images submitted this year.
Entries will be exhibited in late March. Date and venue to be confirmed. Faculty of Science students, alumni, retired and current faculty, and staff can vote on their favourite selections during these times. Alumni, retired faculty, and friends of the Faculty of Science unable to come to campus will be able to vote online again this year. Online voting will take place during the same week of the exhibit. Watch your e-mail for information on how to participate.
Winners will be chosen based on the number of votes received, and departments covered by the entries provided. Winners will be notified by telephone or e-mail, so please ensure contact information provided will be accurate as of September 2013.
Please contact Dawna MacIvor, alumni and donor relations officer, with any questions you may have by emailing email@example.com, or call (902) 494-8443. Please note that submissions sent to this e-mail address will not be accepted.