Illuminating Discovery

Beyond the Lab

Illuminating Discovery involves collaboration and sharing. It’s about engaging in conversations, exchanging ideas, and collaborating with others to expand our collective knowledge and understanding. It involves being open to diverse perspectives, listening to others, and building upon each other’s insights to achieve greater illumination through artistic expression through a scientific lens.

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Explore the mixability of watercolor chemistry and visual perception with our experts in the field.


Kaitlin Walsh – Independent artist specializing in abstract anatomical watercolor and oil paintings.

Kristin Labby – Beloit College professor incorporating technical studies of art and artifacts into her instrumental analysis chemistry courses.

Karen Schloss – University of Wisconsin–Madison associate professor Department of Psychology Visual Reasoning Lab studies how people interpret meaning from visual features, with a focus on color.

We value inclusion and access for all participants. If you would like to request reasonable accommodations to enhance your participation experience, please email no later than 2 weeks prior to the event. This event is wheelchair accessible.

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