[SNEC] Call for Art and Poster Papers for Morphology Symposium

CJ Fearnley cjf at CJFearnley.com
Tue Sep 11 08:03:05 EDT 2007


Call for Art and Poster Papers for Symposium on "Synergetics and Morphology"

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Upper Darby, PA - 11 September 2007

The Synergetics Collaborative announced today that it is calling for
poster papers, 2-D, 3-D, and digital art to be submitted for possible
inclusion at the concomitant art show at the symposium on "Synergetics
and Morphology: Explorations into the Shapes of Nature" on Saturday and
Sunday, November 3rd and 4th, 2007, at The Rhode Island School of Design
(RISD).

The symposium, the poster papers and the art show will appeal to a broad
range of individuals who share a common interest in morphology (the art
and science of form which was first defined and studied systematically
by Goethe).

In addition to presenting an engaging program around the intriguing
concept of "the Form of Nature", the event will include a reception on
Friday evening November 2nd and a dance performance on Saturday evening
November 3rd. The event will also exhibit participants' art work on the
theme of "Synergetics and Morphology" at the nearby Waterman Gallery
and The Edna Lawrence Nature Lab.

There will be limited space in RISD's Waterman Gallery and
at the Nature Lab for exhibiting artifacts.  The deadline to
submit an application to include art work in the exhibit is
1 October.  More information and an application form are at
http://synergeticists.org/snec.art.show.2007.11.html

Limited space will be available for Poster Papers.  Please send
abstracts (150-200 words) with your request to present a poster paper
to papers at synergeticists.org by the 1 October application deadline.

More information on the symposium is available at the event's web site:
http://synergeticists.org/snec.announce.meeting.2007.11.html

More information on the Synergetics Collaborative may be found at its
website:  www.synergeticists.org

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