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Art & Design for Scientists

From 01 Feb 2021 until 05 Feb 2021 - ONLINE COURSE
Art & Design for Scientists

The course intends to give a theoretical introduction on what is Art and Design, their applications and links to Science. The goal is to empower researchers and students with tools to improve their presentations, posters and communications skills through Art and Design.

Day 1) - 
10:00-13:00 What is Art? Definition, types and form of Art and its values. How is art useful for Science? Advantages of its use for scientific representations. Brief History of Arts focusing in the parallel evolution of Art and Science.
3h Autonomous Practical Exercise

Day 2) - 3h
10:00-13:00 Brief History of Arts focusing in the parallel evolution of Art and Science (cont). The seven plastic values.
3h Autonomous Practical Exercise

Day 3) - 3h
10:00-13:00 What is Design? Brief History of Design and its links to Science. The ten basic principles of Design. Practical exercise.
3h Autonomous Practical Exercise

Day 4) - 4h
14:00-18:00 Practical exercises: analysing the work of trainees and building a design piece with trainee's scientific data.

Day 5) - 3h
10:00-13:00 Public presentation of the pupil’s works. Q&A session.

Vasco Batista
Raquel Vasconcelos - CIBIO-InBIO | CONGEN

The course will be open to a maximum number of 20 participants.

75% of available student slots are reserved for BIODIV students.

Priority will be given to:
• 1st year and other PhD students attending the BIODIV Doctoral Program;
• PhD students attending other courses;
• Other post-graduate students and researchers.

Registration deadline: December 14, 2020

Participation is free of charge for BIODIV students | 95 € (students) | 200 € (other participants). CIBIO-InBIO members will have an additional discount of 20%.

Please note that new rules apply for all BIODIV students

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