This is a repeating eventoctober 10, 2019 1:30 pm
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Meet PacSci’s Artists in Residence at the Artist Living Studio to learn about and participate in their creative practice. During open studio hours, artists share works-in progress and discuss how they incorporate science and technology into their work.
After studying biology in college, Terry discovered photography, which allowed her to use science – physics & chemistry − to create art. For over 25 years, Terry had a very satisfying career as commercial/advertising photographer with a studio in Seattle’s Fremont district. When she retired, Terry began another rewarding adventure – volunteering for Pacific Science Center. It is here that she has discovered the joy of sharing her curiosity for science. Being a life-long learner, Terry also practices natural science illustration.
Cost: Free for members / Included with admission
Recommended Ages: All ages
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(Thursday) 1:30 pm - 5:00 pm