In 2013, half way through graduate school, my growing dissatisfaction with the disparate feel of the science-art movement led to my founding of SciArt Magazine, a bimonthly publication dedicated to science-based art, third culture conversation, cross-disciplinary collaboration, and STEAM education.
In 2014 we grew and became SciArt Magazine & Center. Taking advantage of the ways in which the Internet connects us, and the increasingly popular model of "the pop-up," SciArt Center was born as a virtual platform and pop-up events organization in New York City. Since, we have developed monthly recurring programming in and outside of NYC including science-based art shows, we run an annual residency program, and have directly supported the work of hundreds of artists worldwide.
The goals of SciArt Magazine & Center are three fold; to bridge the gulf between the arts and sciences via the platforms of art (social); to highlight and celebrate the commonalities of the arts and sciences (philosophical); to explore the potentials of art and science to create something new (innovation).