Past Curators

Featured image by Hannah Brazeau


Simon D. Watt

Simon D. Watt
July 30 – August 5
Simon D. Watt
Biologist, science communicator, comic, artist in residence at the UK National Maritime Museum.
Twitter: @SimonDWatt
Website: readysteadyscience.com


Axial Section by Jill Gregory

Axial Section by Jill Gregory
July 23 – 29
Jill Gregory
Science communicator and medical illustrator..
Twitter: @JillGMedArt
Website: jillkgregory.com


Titan by Mark Garlick

Titan by Mark Garlick
July 16 – 22
Mark Garlick
Illustrator, animator, and former astronomer.
Twitter: @SpaceBoffin
Website: markgarlick.com


Diatoms by Nicole Edmond

Diatoms by Nicole Edmond
July 9 – 15
Nicole Edmond
Printmaker specializing in microbiological themes
Twitter: @NicolePrints
Website: NicoleEdmond.weebly.com
Shop: NicoleEdmond.Etsy.com


Saguaro by Paula Borchardt

Saguaro by Paula Borchardt
July 2 – 8
Paula Borchardt
Online course web designer, illustrator and curator of @SonoranSketch
Twitter: @pixel_diva
Website: paulaborchardt.com


Blue and Green Bacteria Watercolour

Blue and Green Bacteria Watercolour
June 24 – July 1
Michele Banks
A self-taught artist with a unique view on science, art, and the places where they meet.
Twitter: @artologica
Shop: Artologica.Etsy.com


In costumes at the March for Science

In costumes at the March for Science.
June 18 – 24
Ricky Coates
Actor spreading scicomm through his theatre company, Matheatre.
Twitter: @rickydcoates
Facebook: facebook.com/rickydcoates


Puff by Carol Devine

Puff by Carol Devine
June 11-18
Carol Devine
Polar and climate change sciartist and activist
Twitter: @caroldevine
Website: aquamess.org


Home brew microwaved CD

Home brew microwaved CD
June 4-10
Cere Davis
Free Lance artistbackground in physics/engineering exploring her passion for sciart through moving sculpture
Twitter: @ceremona
Website: ceredavis.com


Image from NASA/JPL-Caltech/SwRI/MSSS/Bjorn Jonsson

Image from NASA/JPL-Caltech/SwRI/MSSS/Bjorn Jonsson
May 28 – June 3
Space Week
Community Space SciArt


Complexity by James White

Complexity by James White
May 21 – 27
James White
Collaborative science artist specializing in the depiction of complex natural systems.
Twitter: @jameswhiteart
Website: jamesrobertwhiteart.com


<em>Nursallia</em> sketch by Mike Keesey

Nursallia sketch by Mike Keesey
May 14 – 20
Mike Keesey
web developer, illustrator, and cartoonist. Creator of @PhyloPic and @PaleoceneComic
Twitter: @tmkeesey
Website: tmkeesey.net/


Safe Space by Hannah Brazeau

Safe Space by Hannah Brazeau
May 10 – 13, October 23-29
Hannah Brazeau
Biology student, artist, creator of #SciPride.
Twitter: @moietymouse
Shop: moietymouse.redbubble.com

May 7 – 9
Caren Shin
Paleoecologist and science artist
Twitter: @Caren_Shin


Curiosity Collider logo

Curiosity Collider logo
April 23 – 29
Curiosity Collider
Canadian non-profit dedicated to interdisciplinary science outreach.
Twitter: @CCollider
Website: curiositycollider.org


Iamsciart Selfie

Elizabeth Sargent with a work in progress.
April 16 – 22
Elizabeth Sargent
Artist and ocean scientist specializing in phytoplankton.
Twitter: @easargent184
Shop: eseas.etsy.com


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Immy Smith with a work in progress
April 9 – 15
Immy Smith
Scientist, fine artist, and cartoon artist.
Twitter: @DrImmySmith
Shop: ImmySmithArt.etsy.com


Zebranda by Carrie Cizauskas

Zebranda by Carrie Cizauskas
April 2 – 8
Carrie Cizauskas
Scientist, science communicator, and artist working in fine art, illustration, and comics.
Twitter: @CarrieCizauskas
Website: cizauskas.com


Jessica Hebert and her nerd band PDX Broadsides

Jessica Hebert and her nerd band PDX Broadsides
Mar 26 – Apr 1
Jessica Hebert
Science communicator and nerd musician.
Twitter: @Dame_DNA
Website: damedna.wordpress.com


Neuron by Dana Simmons
March 19 – 25
Dana Simmons
Neurobiologist who creates art from micrographs.
Twitter: @dhsimmons1
Website: www.dana-simmons.com


Rocket Science by Jordan Collver
March 12 – 18
Jordan Collver
Comic artist and illustrator
Twitter: @jordancollver
Website: www.coroflot.com/jordancollver


May bug (cockchafer) model by Mieke Roth
March 5 – 11
Mieke Roth
Scientific illustrator specializing in 3-dimensional vizualization.
Twitter: @miekeroth
Website: www.miekeroth.com


Moab Bone Trail by Brian Engh

Moab Bone Trail by Brian Engh
Feb 26 – Mar 4
Brian Engh
Professional palaeoartist and rapper.
Twitter: @GreyGriffon
Website: dontmesswithdinosaurs.com

February 19-25
Alex Hanson
Founding editor , STEAM volunteer at StarTalkRadio blog.
Twitter: @AlexHanson1316
Website: alexhanson13.wordpress.com


Ice by Lindsey Rustad

Ice by Lindsey Rustad
February 12-18
Lindsey Rustad
Forest ecologist, climate scientist, and converger of Art & Science.
Twitter: @lindseyrustad


Detail, 'Compartmentalisation' by Kathryn Garner

Compartmentalisation by Kathryn Garner
Feb 5 – 11
Kathryn Garner
Cross-disciplinary researcher studying hormones through molecular biology, mathematics, engineering, and art.C
Twitter: @kathryn_garner
Website: kathryngarner.co.uk/blog


Turtle and Jellyfish painting by Jen Burgess

Turtle and Jellyfish painting by Jen Burgess
Jan 29 – Feb 4
Jen Burgess
Science illustrator, artist, naturalist, interpreter, environmental educator.
Twitter: @jenburgessart
Website: www.jenburgessart.com


Glacier by Timothy Hoellein

Glacier by Timothy Hoellein
January 22-28
Timothy Hoellein
Aquatic ecologist and artist.
Twitter: @HoelleinH2Olab
Website: hoellein.weebly.com

January 15-21
Art The Science
Science communication and art organization.
Twitter: @artthescience
Website: artthescience.com

January 8-14
Susan Hyon
Digital media and Bookarts artist who gains inspiration from ecosystems to space & materials science.
Twitter: @shpsketchbook
Website: www.sketchbookproject.com/library


Bombus affinis by Bethann Merkle

Bombus affinis bumble bee by Bethann Merkle
January 1-7
Bethann Merkle
Illustrator, science writer, owner of CommNatural.
Twitter: @commnatural
Website: commnatural.com


Earth's Inhabitants by Cara Gibson

Earth’s Inhabitants by Cara Gibson
December 25-31
Cara Gibson
Entomologist, graphic designer, science communicator.
Twitter: @caragraphic
Website: www.caragibson.com


Flying Away by Erica Cirino

Flying Away by Erica Cirino
December 18-24
Erica Cirino
Science journalist and artist.
Twitter: @erica_cirino
Website: www.ericacirino.com


Marie Curie by Ele Willoughby

Marie Curie by Ele Willoughby
December 11-17
Ele Willoughby
Printmaker and marine geophysicist.
Twitter: @minouette
Website: minouette.blogspot.ca
Shop: minouette.etsy.com


Dance of the Spores by Cassandra Krone

Dance of the Spores by Cassandra Krone
December 4-10
Cassandra Krone
Biologist, sculptor, and printmaker.
Twitter: @lovebacteriaart
Shop: lovebacteriaart.etsy.com
Shop: lovebacteria.redbubble.com


 Purple Neuron Quilt by Joni Seidenstein

Purple Neuron Quilt by Joni Seidenstein
Nov 27-Dec 3
Joni Seidenstein
Textile artist inspired by nature, from space to microbes.
Twitter: @artcollisions
Website: artcollisions.wordpress.com


Scientiamancer by Tommy Leung

Scientiamancer by Tommy Leung
November 20-26
Tommy Leung
Parasitologist, artist, blogger behind Parasite Of The Day.
Twitter: @the_episiarch
Website: dailyparasite.blogspot.ca


Plant Genomes by Annabel Romero

Plant Genomes by Annabel Romero
November 13-19
Annabel Romero
Artist, PhD student in structural biology.
Twitter: @opuntiavisual
Website: annabelromero.com


Footprint by Christine Rueter

Footprint by Christine Rueter
November 6-12
Chris Rueter
Artist, poet, amateur astronomer.
Twitter: @tychogirl
Website: tychogirl.wordpress.com


Landspout Over Canola by Jay Bigam

Landspout Over Canola by Jay Bigam
Oct 30-Nov 5
Jay Bigam
Fine artist inspired by land, sky, water, and ice.
Twitter: @JayIsPainting
Website: earthskyart.ca
Shop: www.artfinder.com/jayispainting


Safe Space by Hannah Brazeau

Safe Space by Hannah Brazeau
October 23-29
Hannah Brazeau
Biology student, artist, creator of #SciPride.
Twitter: @moietymouse
Shop: moietymouse.redbubble.com