OPENING RECEPTION
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 6TH, 4:00 - 6:00 PM
Original music by Bruce Papier
 
 

CURATED BY

JEAN CONSTANT

JURIED BY

JEAN CONSTANT
URSULA FREER
BILL MC INTYRE
 
SPECIAL GUEST: MEL PRUEITT
 
PARTICIPANTS
BILL BRUNO
LARRY CAMPBELL
JEAN CONSTANT
SUSAN DENNISTON
URSULA FREER
SUSAN LATHAM
DARLENE MC ELROY
BILL MC INTYRE
RAPHAELA J MONRIBOT
BRUCE PAPIER
 
FOR A VIDEO OF THE EXHIBIT, CONTACT FSCIART
 
Predock Gallery, Los Alamos Mesa Public Library

Located in the Jemez Mountains, the area is home to rich pine forests, grassy meadows, and dramatic rock formations.  This alpine mesa has witnessed numerous settlements:  Native Americans from nearby valleys had used the mesa for summer grazing and farming; late nineteenth century homesteaders established small ranches and farms there; the town was appropriated by the federal government during World War II to become the home of the Manhattan Project.  The library rests low, arcing in response to the panoramic views.  A tall wedge, analogous to the nearby Tuff ridges, cuts through the building.  Where the wedge intersects the building, a south facing courtyard serves as the main entry.

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FORUM FOR SCIENCE AND ART EXHIBIT
PREDOCK GALLERY, LOS ALAMOS MESA PUBLIC LIBRARY
SEPT 5 – SEPT 29, 2001
The FORUM FOR SCIENCE AND ART is an informal gathering of scientists and artists that provides a context for members to share information relevant to Science and Art and stimulate a better understanding of the two disciplines through creative collaboration. Members share information about related topics, entertain interactive discussion and collaborate in joint projects.
FSCIART was started in 1998 by Santa Fe contemporary sculptor Susan Latham and meets every month in diverse locations in the Santa Fe area. Last year the Forum started a fruitful collaboration with the Center For Genome Resources that has been hosting several of FSCIART and NCGR members’ presentations.
The Mesa Public Library exhibit is an attempt to invite the general public to enjoy the esthetic expression of the Forum members and share their enthusiasm for this form of collaboration.Some of the participants name and work are already familiar to the Los Alamos public who responded with curiosity and interest to the Digital Art Exhibit held at the Bradbury Museum 2 years ago.
It is with great pride that this year, the Forum is featuring as guest of Honor Mel Prueitt, a Los Alamos resident and the father of the digital revolution in Art. Mel Prueitt has been at the forefront of computer graphics over a long career. Prueitt has written books and articles about computer graphics and holds several patents. His work has appeared in many popular media, including National Geographic as well as in the Motion Picture Industry famous Star Trek movies. Mel Prueitt, is a guest physicist at the Los Alamos National Laboratory, and is presently involved in providing innovative solution to air pollution control in congested areas.
 
 
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