April 21 18.00 on CT

Art and science are moving closer to further humanity

The non-profit SciArt Exchange is the use of your imagination to search and discover. The success of human space exploration goes beyond technological advances. Thanks to art we have the opportunity to take a broader view and this can provoke creative solutions to space problems.

Learn about the non-profit SciArt Exchange, which seeks to combine science and technology with art for the further development of humanity. Learn how art, science and space exploration come together to inspire us, in the April series “Art and Science that Move closer to Further Humanity” presented by UTMB.

About the panel

Participants in the discussion included Jency McPhee, founder and CEO of SciArt Exchange; Mickey Fisher, writer and producer; Nicole Stott, astronaut (retired), artist, founding director of the Space for Art Foundation.

Jenny McPhee

Jenny McPhee is a neurologist by education, and for her research work, she is a strategist for domestic and international space life science research programs for NASA. She currently works as an Assistant Chief Research Fellow at NASA’s Human Research Program through The Aerospace Corporation. Her scientific work strategy covers physiological disciplines, space missions, and international and commercial partners. Through the nonprofit organization SciArt Exchange, it offers a variety of global classes and learning integrated with science and the arts to inspire and prepare the world for the future.

Mickey Fisher

Mickey Fisher is a writer and creator who created the science fiction series EXTANT (CBS), executive producer Steven Spielberg and Amblin Television, starring Halle Berry, and REVERIE (NBC), executive producer Amblin Television, starring Sarah Shahi. He has also been a Consulting Producer at MARS (NatGeo), Executive Producer Ron Howard and Imagine, Co-Executive Producer for THE STRAIN (FX), Executive Producers Guillermo Del Toro and Carlton Cusa and Second Season Jack Jay Ryan (Carzon) and Amazon Graham Roland. He also worked with the nonprofit SciArt Exchange on the Design your Habitat project.

Nicole Stott

Nicole Stott is an retired astronaut, artist and founding director Space for Art Foundation.. She creatively combines the thrill and amazement of her space flight experience with her artwork to inspire everyone to appreciate our role as crew members here on the Earth spaceship. She is a NASA veteran astronaut with two space flights and 104 days as a crew member on both the International Space Station (ISS) and the space shuttle. In her mission after NASA as a co-founder of the Space for Art Foundation, her mission is to unite the planetary community of children through the thrills and wonders of space exploration and the healing power of art.

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