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Tracking the Cosmos Art Exhibition: Closing Reception Thursday November 20

Opening Reception, Thursday October 9 Gallery Viewing and Wine and Cheese Reception: 5:00pm Artist Talk by Eve Andree Laramee: 5:30pm, “Kepler: poetic, noetic and beyond” Artist Talk by Michael Benson, Monday November 10 Reception at 5:00pm Talk at 5:30pm in SCGP 102 Speaker: Michael Benson Title:  Cosmigraphics: Picturing Space Through Time Abstract:  Of all the sciences, […]

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Summer Concert Series at the Simons Center, July 24 – August 12

The Simons Center for Geometry and Physics is pleased to present a Summer Concert series featuring local jazz and classical musicians. SCHEDULE: Thursday July 24 Classical Performance by NY Virtuosi Wine and cheese reception at 5:30pm, concert at 6:30pm in Simons Center Auditorium, Room 103 Download Performance Program Tuesday July 29 Jazz Performance by Ray Anderson […]

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Growing Objects Art Exhibition

Wine and Cheese Reception and Gallery Viewing: 5:30pm Artist Talk by Jessica Rosenkratz and Jesse Louis-Rosenberg: 6:30pm, SCGP Room 103 Jessica Rosenkrantz and Jesse Louis-Rosenberg will speak about their creative process and the works featured in the exhibition. Topics will span the scientific phenomena that inspired the pieces, the generative systems that grow them, and digital fabrication techniques […]

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Illustrating Geometry Art Exhibition

Exhibition Dates: June 19 to August 1, 2014 Featuring the artwork of Saul Schleimer and Henry Segerman Opening Reception, Thursday June 19: 5:00pm, Exhibition Viewing and Wine and Cheese Reception – Simons Center Art Gallery and Lobby. 6:00pm, Artist Talk by Henry Segerman, “Sculpture in four-dimensions” – Simons Center for Geometry and Physics, Room 102. 6:45pm, Artist Talk […]

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José Menor & RMSonce Project Mathematical Concert, Thursday April 24

Thursday April 24, 2014, Simons Center for Geometry and Physics Auditorium, Room 103 Reception at 5:00pm Performance at 5:30pm Featuring José Menor:  Piano, Keyboard, Laptop RMSonce: Laptop, Visuals Performance Description: José Menor & RMSonce Project is an audiovisual proposal that brings together two Spanish artists coming from different fields (classical music and experimental electronics), who […]

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Universal Synchrony Music, Sunday April 6

Universal Synchrony Music, Volume 2 By Sarah Weaver Universal Synchrony Music (USM) is a cosmic multi-year telematic music project in collaboration with the NASA Kepler Mission and NASA ArtSpace exploring musical, technological, and metaphorical realizations of synchrony.     Sunday April 6, 2014 4:00pmPDT Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics (CCRMA), Stanford University, […]

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2013-2014 Science Playwrighting Competition

The 2013-2014 Science Playwrighting Competition Winners Have Been Announced 1st Place Prize = Colin West, “Understanding” 2nd Place Prize = Bruce Futcher, “Searching for David” 3rd Place Prize = David Vazdauskas, “The Future Tells the Truth” Honorable Mention: Matt von Hippel, “Good Advice” Public staged readings to be held at the Simons Center on Wednesday April 30, 2014. Reception at 5:00pm, […]

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f(glitch) Gallery Exhibition: Opening Reception March 5

Featuring the artworks of Richard Garet, Robert Henke, Emma Mcnally, David Linton, Phoenix Perry, Bethany Shorb February 10th – March 29th Opening Reception March 5:  VISIT  http://cdact.stonybrook.edu/fglitch/ FOR THE FULL SCHEDULE OF EVENTS   WEDNESDAY MARCH 5:  Colloquia at Simons Center for Geometry and Physics Auditorium, Stony Brook University 4:00 Keynote Speaker: Carl Haber, Physicist: “Seeing Voices: Optical […]

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Hands-on Mathematical Sculpture Construction with George Hart

Hands-on Mathematical Sculpture Construction with George Hart Monday, Oct. 14, 5:30 PM Simons Center for Geometry and Physics Lobby George Hart will lead an informal event in which participants will work together to construct a large wooden geometric sculpture.  The result will be a prototype for a possible, permanent, future sculpture.  No special skills or experience […]

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