Welcome to the Art, Science, and Culture Collaborative at Michigan State University. The goal of this group is to build community and to centralize communication and coordination of those doing (or interested in exploring) the intersections among, the arts, the sciences, and culture/ society.
Check out the items below to see what’s going on in the community.
Join the Art, Science, Culture Collaborative
If you would like to participate in the community, here is how you can you can join our STEAMpower Project:
Register for the Commons
- Go to https://commons.msu.edu/
- Click on REGISTER
- Learn more: Register for the Commons
Join the Art, Science, and Culture Collaboration
- Go to the Art, Science, and Culture Collaboration Group: https://commons.msu.edu/groups/msu-art-science-culture-collaboration/
- Click the JOIN button to join the group.
- Learn more about groups: Join Groups in the Commons
Explore the Groups for Next Steps
- Click on the Welcome and Introductions post.
- Add a reply to introduce you, your work, and your interests!
- Learn more about the Group: Explore the Group for Next Steps
See more details here: Joining the Arts, Science, Culture Collaborative.
STEAMpower Project Lunch and Dialogues
The work as part of the collaboration that discusses and supports work and exploration at the intersection of art, science, and/or culture. 12-1:30pm in the STEM Building Generator Room (2110), third Weds. of the month.
The STEAMpower Project is looking for graduate student fellows and faculty/staff-led teams that are interested in exploring the intersection of STEM and the arts/humanities. The theme for this year’s projects is sustainability.
STEM: science, technology, engineering, mathematics, and similar fields
Arts: branches of creative activity inclusive of painting, music, literature, dance, theater, performance art, and similar fields
Theme: Sustainability. At its most basic sustainability focuses on ecological, human, societal, and economic health. Sustainability can encompass many dimensions of human society and expression as well as the natural world. From art to architecture, language to science, every discipline has its own sustainable practices, materials, or norms as well as imperatives for promoting sustainability. How can you create work at the intersection of STEM and arts to explore and or convey what it means to be sustainable? How might you influence the world that will be left when we, as individuals, are gone?
Graduate Fellows will earn $4,000 for participation during the academic year 2023-24, and Faculty/Staff-led Teams can access up to $20,000 for their interdisciplinary project over 2023-24.
Applications are due Aug. 22nd.
For more details, see the STEAMpower Project Fellows Post, and/or apply below.
Apply for a STEAMpower Graduate Fellow
Apply for a STEAMpower Faculty/Staff-led Team
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STEAMpower Graduate Fellows and Faculty/Staff-Led Teams
The STEAMpower Project is looking for graduate student fellows and faculty/staff led teams that are interested in exploring the intersection of STEM and the arts/humanities. The theme for this year’s projects is sustainability. STEM: science, technology, engineering, mathematics, and similar fields Arts: branches of creative activity inclusive of painting, music, literature, dance, theater, performance art, […]