Art of Neuroscience
Exhibit Artwork at Neuroscience 2022
Spread the word! Artists who create brain- or neurological-inspired pieces should consider participating in the annual Art of Neuroscience exhibit in San Diego, CA. Come see these unique and interesting pieces inspired by the wonders of neuroscience.
San Diego Convention Center
Saturday, November 12 – Wednesday, November 16
10 a.m.–4 p.m. PST
Booth #1Two Photon Art is a sci-art collective that celebrates and communicates neuroscience and other STEM fields through zines, enamel pins, jewelry, and other fun art media!
Booth #2Handmade ceramic jewelry and pottery inspired by science.
Booth #3Enjoy the Synapse collection of fine jewelry, celebrating the timeless beauty and organic appeal of neurons, glia & the brain -- conveying both science and art, instilled with magic and mystery, appealing to the student, teacher, seasoned expert, and all appreciators of inspired neuro-design. Express your personal message in earrings, pendants, pins, rings, cuff links, cuffs, and more, handcrafted in sterling silver, 18kt gold & natural gemstones.
Booth #4Dr. Kathleen Sluka is a long-standing neurobiology researcher, anatomist, and professor. Using this knowledge she also creates works of fine art that focus on the nervous system and human body in normal and disease states. The human body, including the nervous system, is an amazing, complicated network of cells that provide structure and function. Dr. Sluka visually based art techniques to portray the importance of science to the public. Visit her website at kathleenslukaart.com.
Booth #5Laura Bundesen explores the complexity of our human brains through color and texture creating fantastical representations meant to inspire. She is a mixed media fiber artist who has been playing with fabric and thread for more than 40 years and concentrating on Neuro Art for the last seven. Her fascination with the brain primarily comes from friends and family who have dealt with neurological disorders including strokes, Alzheimer’s, brain tumors, MS and mental health issues.
Booth #6Anatomology is a small neuroscience based gift shop created by Amy Sweetman who has taught Neuroscience for almost 30 years at the community college level. The line strives to offer affordable celebrations of the field of neuroscience such as molecular pins, key chains, tote bags, ties, scarves jewelry etc.
Booth #7Visual artist, Geinene Carson, creates vivid works of original art which embody a unique intersection of art, science and lived experience. Her focus on neuro-centric subject matter and creative advocacy connects with a variety of communities in the realms of rare disease, neuroscience, and mental health. She has exhibited her art internationally and developed a thoughtful collection of neuro-centric merchandise.
Booth #8Siddharth Ramakrishnan, PhD is a neuroscientist with over 20 years of experience. For the last 15 years he has been collaborating with artists to bring together concepts of art and science. With the Neuro Tarot cards, he will use the imagery and associations of Tarot cards as templates to introduce concepts of neuroscience - such as neurogenesis, neurohormones etc. This Tarot deck is a great way to play with neuroscience and explore how your brain moves from imagery to intuition to insight. For more go to www.brainmystic.com.