Come to the science scene on Saturdays!
One session is offered on April 16, 2016 for ages 10-13 with an accompanying chaperone for $20.00 per person. The session is two hours long: 9:30 am–11:30 am. Chaperones fully participate in all program activities.
The sessions are held at the Dolan DNA Learning Center at 334 Main Street, Cold Spring Harbor, NY 11724. Click to view directions to the Dolan DNA Learning Center.
APPLY ONLINE for this session
9:30 am–11:30 am
Ages 10 – 13; chaperone required
The Seattle-based artist Joseph Rossano has partnered with biologists to engage the public around the science of DNA barcoding and how it is being used to catalog the world's vast—and threatened—biodiversity. Rossano's series BOLD is named for the Barcode of Life Data Systems and is currently on display at the DNALC. Come learn about the science of DNA barcoding and how it gives us a deeper understanding of the natural world, explore ways art can be used to bridge the gap between scientists and the general public, and meet the artist!
About the Artist
Joseph Rossano integrates cutting edge technology and science with his art. Rossano engages and challenges the viewer to reflect upon mankind's impact on our planet and its varied ecosystems. Much of Rossano's youth was spent in New York's Hudson Valley and Catskill Mountains, formative years that evolved a life focused on creating environmental awareness through Art.
Learn more about the BOLD exhibition at museum.dnalc.org/bold/