Urban Times Review of Inspired by… Images from Science

“It’s early days, but a few British universities are beginning to address the need to facilitate cross-disciplinary enquiry between the arts and sciences to broaden minds, enrich learning and prompt effective new thinking. The Broad Vision project at the University of Westminster is an impressive example of just such a course.” says Annabel Huxley in her review of the latest publication to emerge from the Broad Vision art/science learning programme.

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review of Inspired by... Images from Science

Book Launch at GV art, 28 February 2013

GV art are hosting the launch event of our second publication, Inspired by… Images from Science, on Thursday 28 February, 6-9pm.

Join the students and staff to enjoy an exhibition of selected works, try your hand at some art/science activities, and contribute to the growing discussion about interdisciplinary education and collaborative practice.

Info and rsvp: http://www.gvart.co.uk/broad-vision-book-launch.html

Preview at: http://theartsofscience.com/2013/02/19/broad-vision/

Copies of Inspired by…Images from Science will be available at the event for the discounted price of £12.00.

Or from Amazon at £16.95


Broad Vision: Data, Truth & Beauty

January saw the launch of the third Broad Vision project, introducing a new group of students from the arts and sciences to the interdisciplinary learning and research programme. 20 new recruits join 10 continuing students and assistants, and 8 academics and artists, for an exploration of the this year’s theme: Data, Truth & Beauty.

The early taster sessions introducing each discipline bode well for creative exploration.

Interdisciplinary collaborative projects will develop in the coming months…


Broad Vision presenting at Raise, Southampton

Silke Lange and Joshua Dinsmore are presenting at “RAISE CONFERENCE: Student Engagement as a shared agenda: people, places, practices“ on Thursday 13 September 2012

The title of their presentation: ’Collaborative chaos in the studio and the laboratory: promoting engagement via student-led extracurricular art/science research and practice


Broad Vision Symposium, 31 May 2012

Broad Vision

Student panel discussion chaired by Dr Silke Lange © Chiara Ceolin

Symposium panel discussion on interdisciplinary learning on the Broad Vision programme, chaired by Silke Lange, featuring Thais Dutra Muller, Sara Farajallah, Zara Hoshi Miller Teece, Thomas Langley, Panikos Michaelides, and Frida Petersson.

Other speakers discussing aspects of interdisciplinary research were Heather Barnett, Silke Lange, John Smith, Ramon De Assis Figueiredo, (words of) Joshua Dinsmore, Mellissa Fisher, Danny Garside, and Simon Westgate.