Art of Science 2022

Art of Science 2022

Art of Science 2022 event promotion

Comes alive 21 October

 

“The greatest scientists are always artists as well.” - Albert Einstein 

 

Art of Science is an annual competition and exhibition of still and moving images captured by WEHI scientists in the course of their research into cancer, infection and immunity and healthy development and ageing.  

This year marks the 25th anniversary of Art of Science, which was founded in 1997 by former WEHI director Professor Suzanne Cory. The competition is open to all WEHI staff and students. 

The online exhibition of this year's 20 finalists goes live here on Friday 21 October.

 

Photo of Corey TuttGuest Judge: Corey Tutt OAM

Guest Judge for Art of Science in 2022 is Corey Tutt OAM, a proud Kamilaroi man and CEO and founder of DeadlyScience

DeadlyScience provides teaching and learning resources in science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) to over 400 remote and regional schools across Australia, with a particular focus on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities. 

In 2022, WEHI and DeadlyScience announced a partnership to boost the engagement of Indigenous school students with education and careers in STEM.

 

Soundscape 

The original soundscape for the 2022 Art of Science online gallery has been composed by students in the Interactive Composition program in the Melbourne Conservatorium of Music, University of Melbourne.

 


More information

Researcher facing news media crews

Catch up on our latest research discoveries and announcements.

Research team in a lab

Want to hear about our latest discoveries? Subscribe to our supporter newsletter, Illuminate

Lattice light sheet microscope

Optical microscopy has become one of the most powerful tools in medical research.

WEHI's Centre for Dynamic Imaging is advancing our understanding of how diseases develop, spread and respond to treatment.

Animation still showing cells changing

Our biomedical animation team explains the discoveries made by scientists through 3D animation.