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Artist Talk | Sara Adlerstein: Art and Science: a Journey Bridging the Divide


Tuesday December 6, 2022: 6:30pm to 7:30pm  Add to Calendar


Downtown Library: 4th Floor Meeting Room


Traditionally, art and science have been treated as two separate disciplines, but together they have a great impact on multiple levels. Join visual artist and environmental scientist Sara Adlerstein for a talk on her vision and experience in a journey bridging these disciplines. She will also share images of her often environmentally based paintings that communicate concerns, dreams, and emotions, all of which emerge from her deep and relentless love for life.

Sara Adlerstein is an applied ecologist and visual artist. She is faculty member at the School for Environment and Sustainability at the University of Michigan and has made her mission to bring together art, environmental sciences and community in teaching and practice. Her art has been published in books and shown in galleries and museums in her native country Chile, Germany, France, Canada and the US. She is a member of the WSG art gallery in Ann Arbor where her work can be seen on a regular basis. 

One of Sara Adlerstein's abstract paintings is highlighted. It is an organic composition of red, light and dark green, and some blue and tan.

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Downtown Library: 4th Floor Meeting Room