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  1. Cosmos: Imagining the Universe

    February 13, 10:00 AM - July 26, 5:00 PM @ Annmarie Sculpture Garden & Arts Center

    This exhibit explores the mysteries of the universe, both scientific and fantastical, theoretical and fictional, real and imagined. How do artists render the work of scientists, authors, explorers, astronomers, cartoonists, Trekkies, LARPers, astrologers, and philosophers? This exhibit embraces not only what science has revealed about space, but what humans have imagined about the cosmos. From the results of scientific inquiry to the creative minds of science fiction authors and fans, this exhibit celebrates how space has stimulated human understanding and creativity. From the big bang theory to worm holes and warp speed, artists have created works that bring to life what we know of space and what we imagine. Assembled here is a vibrant and diverse selection of works that speak to our fascination with the cosmos

  2. Science for Citizens "90-years of Beautiful Swimmers at CBL: Blue Crabs Past, Present and Future"

    March 31, 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM @ Chesapeake Biological Laboratory – Bernie Fowler L
    146 Williams St.
    Solomons, MD 20688

    This seminar will explore the biology, ecology and fisheries for blue crab based on 90-years of research conducted at the Chesapeake Biological Laboratory since our founding in 1925. The seminar will show how the life cycle of blue crab determines the timing of fisheries and how climate change may disrupt that pattern.