Scientist-artist Felice Frankel showcases her work at NSF

October 23, 2002

Science photographer, author, and Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) research scientist Felice Frankel will present her craft and explain her methods at the National Science Foundation (NSF) on October 28.

Frankel will share her techniques for communicating science through artistic photographs and images of actual scientific objects. The lecture coincides with Envisioning Science, an exhibition of her work that is part NSF's Art in Science Project. Frankel's work has been exhibited internationally and profiled in such publications as Science, Newsweek, Discover Magazine, and the New York Times.
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Who: Felice Frankel, School of Science, MIT

What: Lecture: "Envisioning Science: The Design and Craft of the Science Image"

When: Monday, October 28, 2002, 1:30 p.m.
Images on display through Jan. 3, 2003

Where: Room 375, National Science Foundation,
4201 Wilson Blvd., Arlington, Va.
(Ballston Metro stop)
R.S.V.P. to felicereply@nsf.gov

View a live webcast of the lecture at: http://www.nsf.gov/od/lpa/lecture/envision_webcast.htm

For event information contact:
Lecture: Mary Hanson 703-292-8070/mhanson@nsf.gov

Exhibit: Mary Lou Higgs 703-292-8190/mlhiggs@nsf.gov
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