A Pint of Science
Local artists have accepted the challenge to be paired with scientists, in order to create artworks inspired by current, cutting-edge research, you can view the results at The Unexpected Artist!
About A Pint of Science
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The Unexpected Artist has provided a dedicated exhibition space at the St Enoch’s centre to showcase this unusual collaboration.
Come along to see what can happen when Glasgow's incredibly talented artistic and scientific communities come together! In addition to experiencing the amazing art on display this year, you will also have an opportunity to meet the people behind the works (and be inspired!).
Artists collaborating are:
Arianna Clark (Artist)
Frank To (Artist)
Helen Davy (Artist)
Jan Graham (Sculpture & Environmental Artist)
Josephine Welsh (Artist)
Kate Lingard (Sculpture and Environmental Artist)
Mike Harper (Artist)
Rebecca Gill (Artist)
Siri Black (Artist)
Victoria Evans (Artist)
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