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Art gets optical science makeover

Art gets optical science makeover


2015 is the International Year of Light, and this October, the UA Museum of Art is celebrating by working with the College of Optical Sciences and the department of astronomy and Steward Observatory to integrate science and art in a whole new way.

Art gets optical science makeover

Art gets optical science makeover

2015 is the International Year of Light, and this October, the UA Museum of Art is celebrating by working with the College of Optical Sciences and the department of astronomy and Steward Observatory to integrate science and art in a whole new way. Read More

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