Mark your calendars for the National Endowment for the Humanities Regional Application-Writing Workshop February 22.
There will be presentations by Daniel Sack (NEH Division of Research Programs) on NEH programs and applications writing, including a mock applications review.
Registration is required:
Upcoming CEAH Events
|8:30||Gathering with morning refreshments||9:00||Welcome and Lightning Talks||10:00||Panel/Discussion “Art, Design, and Humanities Perspectives in Big Data and Data Science”||11:10||Lightning Talks from CEAH Research Grants Recipients||12:00||Buffet Lunch for All Attendees|
Spherical Paintings and the Art of Optical Illusion
February 12, 7:00pm
Kocimski Auditorium College of Design
Artist Dick Termes will discuss his unique spherical paintings known as Termespheres. These suspended, rotating globes capture an inside-out view of an entire three-dimensional landscape. Termes, who acknowledges the influence of M.C. Escher and Buckminster Fuller in his work, speaks about the interconnection between math, science and art. He developed what he calls 6-point perspective in order to capture the up, down and all-around visual world from one revolving point in space. Termes's work has been recognized and exhibited internationally. His piece “The Big Bang” was featured on the cover of the French edition of A Brief History of Time by Stephen Hawking.
April 4-5, 2016