Are you thinking about developing a multidisciplinary, art-science program at your college or university; seeking talent for an up-coming exhibition or symposium; producing art-science public events? ASCI's founder/director, Cynthia Pannucci, has 25-years of experience in this field to draw upon. In fact, she created seminal events that nurtures it! [click here for bio]
Link to an October 2014 video interview by Gayil Nalls, NAUTILUS magazine, of Cynthia about ASCI's science-inspired BRAIN art exhibition, and also why she began ASCI in 1988 and future plans.
Cynthia has given inspirational/informational talks to various types of audiences:
~ Invited speaker on kinetic art at the first International Kinetic Art Exhibition & Symposium, Boynton Beach, FL 
~ A public presentation at the National Academy of Sciences' DASER evening, Washington, D.C. 
~ Presentation to an Art-Science Steering Committee developing an Art-Science Program, and a public talk, University of New England, Durham, Maine 
~ "Art-Sci Ecological & Environmental Art" talk, AVA Art Center, Lebanon, NH 
~ "The Exciting Diversity of Today's Art-Science Practice" to the entire high-school student body and faculty, Packer Collegiate Institute, Brooklyn, NYC 
~ Invited speaker presenting ASCI's "Fishes Feed Us" project at the International Ocean Institute's "Pacem in Maribus (PIMXXXII) Conference "Women, Children, and the Sea," Malta 
~ Introduction for "Fishes Feed Us" ocean awareness youth performance at the United Nations, NYC, for World Environment Day 
~ Gallery talks in conjunction with ASCI's WOMENTEK exhibition at The Lawrence Gallery at Rosemont College, Philadelphia, PA ; and for expanded show commissioned by The Peninsula Fine Arts Center, Newport News, Virginia 
References upon request. She loves "evangelizing" about and sharing today's art-science practice!
Email: "asci at asci.org"