Where do science and art intersect? Narcissus Quagliata has some ideas. The internationally-renowned stained glass artist will speak at a VCU Mathematics Colloquium on Friday about his 40-year career in the arts. Quagliata will discuss the connections between science and art using his own experience working with the medium of light. He will also talk about his thoughts on dreaming and the nature of time.
The lecture, “Science, Art, Light, Time,” will be hosted in VCU’s Temple Building, located at 901 W. Main St., Richmond, Virginia in room 1165. It will last from 1:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m. on February 21. Direct questions to Craig Larson at email@example.com.
Article and audio report by Lauren N. Colie, Print/Online Journalism and English major at Virginia Commonwealth University and Science Matters’ special student correspondent.