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Art+Science Salon Podcast

Pace Borza
Published - April 18, 2024


Art+Science Salon Podcast

The Art+Science Salon is a podcast, event series, and network of creatives working at the crossroads of art, science, and technology.

April - December 2024

The Art+Science Salon is a podcast, event series, and network of creatives working at the crossroads of art, science, and technology. Each episode features conversations with people at the forefront of culture, those shaping critical conversations on the future of art, science, and society. Catch your hosts, researchers Dr. Amelia McConville and Dr. Autumn Brown at festivals, laboratories, raves, conferences and more, welcoming guests into the salon for unforgettable conversations.

 

One episode to be recorded, produced, and released per month from April through December. Each episode will be released the last week of each month supported by CFA. Beyond these 9 podcasts, we will host three live podcast recording events: One at Creative Brain Week at Trinity College Dublin this March, followed by an event at the Kersnikova Institute in Ljubljana, Slovenia in June, and another during the Beta Festival this November in Dublin.

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Dr. Autumn Brown

Dr. Autumn Brown is a transdisciplinary postdoctoral scholar at University College Dublin. She has published across numerous fields including science education, science and society, and equitable access to education. Her research interests include the history of scientific knowledge and immigration, Cold War art-science innovations, and STEAM pedagogies. She is the co-founder and co-host of the podcast series, The Art-Science Salon. Her current work explores the transfers and transformations of knowledge regarding silencing technologies as part of the Spectres & Camouflage project at University College Dublin and transdisciplinary non-formal learning with the Science and Society research group at Trinity College Dublin. She holds a masters degree in Science Communication and Public Engagement from The University of Edinburgh and a PhD in Education from Trinity College Dublin.

Dr. Amelia McConville

Dr. Amelia McConville holds a PhD in Visual Poetry and Poetics with Neurohumanities, and a BA in English Literature and Philosophy, both from Trinity College Dublin. Her publication record extends across poetry studies, comparative aesthetics, and science and society. She is the co-founder and co-host of the podcast series, The Art+Science Salon, and is fascinated by transdisciplinary approaches to culture, public engagement, education, and outreach. She has previously worked at Beta Festival, Glastonbury Festival, and Creative Brain Week, and is currently employed across European Union-funded research projects with DARIAH-EU, the Digital Research Infrastructure for the Arts & Humanities. She is based in Berlin.

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