Connecting Arts and Sciences

Collaboration between the arts and sciences has the potential to create new knowledge, ideas, and processes beneficial to many disciplines. We work on initiatives that could not be accomplished without the collaboration of artist, designers, and scientists.

This week in Our Art Science Experimental Seminars

Why Infiltration Can be a Good Thing in and Beyond ATEC?


Coordinated by: Caroline Trotter, ATEC MFA

October 14, 2021, 5:00 PM - 6:30 PM CST

ATC 2.918 or MS Teams


INFILTRATION is generally a negative concept, but perhaps in the right context, we could bring in some positive connotation.

This is an open call to animals from every discipline or place to join us on campus or on MSTeams at 5pm Thursday, Oct 14, 2021 for a session on infiltration. Any Gamers want to game? Any Animators want to animate? Here’s the space for you!

To present at the upcoming Watering Hole, kindly get in touch with the ArtSciLab Experimental Publisher, Swati Anwesha (swati@utdallas.edu).

Prof. Lindsay and Mike Kesden, UTD Physicists, plan on infiltrating our seminar as well with Gaming Applied to Physics.

Definition of infiltrate
(transitive verb)

1. to enter or become established in gradually or unobtrusively usually for subversive purposes the intelligence staff had been infiltrated by spies.
2. to pass (troops) singly or in small groups through gaps in the enemy line.
3. to pass into or through (a substance) by filtering or permeating.
4. to cause (something, such as a liquid) to permeate something by penetrating its pores or interstices.

We Hope To See You Soon!

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