Are you a scientist in the Philippines who works with artists, or an artist who works with scientists? Is your background in the arts and humanities but your work in the Philippines has an impact on scientific knowledge or practice? We’d love to hear more about your work!
A research team led by UP Open University Associate Professor Diego S. Maranan is conducting a study to map out art-science collaborations in the country. The study, entitled Science By Way of Art, is part of a larger exploratory research project supported by the British Council that aims to uncover and document existing contributions – as well as to propose potential and untapped contributions – that the arts and humanities research and practice can make to science research and technology innovation in the Philippines. For more information about the project, please visit https://ph.science.bywayof.art.
This open call is for artists, scientists, philosophers, designers, inventors, engineers, and other researchers who work in the arts and humanities or in the science and technology R&D sector. If you would like to participate in our research, kindly fill out this form to tell us about your work! Deadline of submission is on 15 June 2021.
Science by Way of Art is part of The Creative Turn in the Sciences, a research project supported by the Connections through Culture program of the British Council, with additional support from the University of the Philippines Open University and Space Ecologies Art and Design (SEADS).