High Water Line: New Jersey — Translating Science Into Art
The panel discussion “Translating Science Into Art” will bring together artists and outreach experts to explore how the environmental humanities can translate science into art — with a focus on sea-level rise — and the visual strategies that work best for making scientific information more relatable to everyone.
Register to attend this event in person (PUID holders only) or via Zoom livestream (open to all). Face coverings are REQUIRED for in-person attendance. Panel speakers are listed below.
- Karen Florini, Vice President for Programs, Climate Central
- Jeff Whetstone, Director and Professor of Visual Arts in the Lewis Center for the Arts, Princeton University
- Dawn DeDeaux, Multimedia Artist, New Orleans
“Translating Science Into Art” is the second of three panels organized as part of High Water Line: New Jersey, a public-facing project organized by Christina Gerhardt, the 2021-22 Barron Visiting Professor in the Environmental Humanities in the High Meadows Environmental Institute, that will walk and chalk New Jersey’s future shoreline as projected by science.