ASCUS is pleased to announce its 2011 Art-Science Collaboration Grants, funded by an Edinburgh Beltane Public Engagement Challenge Grant.
The objective is to fund collaborations between artists and scientists that extend the practices of the collaboration members while also producing an output that improves science communication and public engagement.
ASCUS will award 2-4 art-science collaboration grants, valued at up to £400 each. Each grant shall cover expenses associated with the execution and exhibition of an art-science collaboration.
The deadline for proposals is Monday, 30 May 2011.
More information and an application form can be found on the ASCUS website or by emailing the address below.
You can get a taste of what ASCUS is all about by attending “Poles Apart,” an informal discussion about art and science, led by members of ASCUS at the White Horse Bar, 266 Canongate (Royal Mile), Edinburgh EH8 8AA on Tuesday 17 May from 7-9pm.
This article was published on Jun 6, 2011