In the Loop
General News : Nov 30, 2016

Insects Alive: A New Campus-Wide Art Competition

Are you a mad scientist, artistic genius, or tech enthusiast? If so, Insects Alive is a campus-wide art competition that brings together science, art and technology to foster a meaningful interdisciplinary creative experience for UF students.

The competition encourages all UF students to create original animations or sculptures from 3D models of ants or spiders. Winners of the competition will recieve $15 of free 3D printing at the UF libraries, have their work shown in an exhibition during the spring semester and have a chance to win a monetary prize. Experience with 3D models is not required to participate and workshops will be available.

For further information, visit Insect's Alive's website, follow them on Facebook, or contact Dr. Andrea Lucky and Dr. Lisa Taylor.