First of all thanks to all the submitters. This year we received 20 abstracts and since the max number for a PICO is 15, we had to withdrawn to other sessions 5 abstracts. We are sorry for this, but we invite all to participate in our session.
We are pleased to announce the program. As you can see, this year we will have a part dedicated to Art and Science for society and you all will have the possibility to get in contact with people that are already involved in organizing festivals, events, summer schools on SciArt. We are glad then if our session will become for you a way to get in contact with other people operating in this domain.
EOS12.1 | PICO
Scientists, artists and the Earth: co-operating for a better planet
Convener: Tiziana Lanza | Co-conveners: Louise Arnal , Francesco Mugnai , Sam Illingworth , Giuliana D’Addezio
PICOs | Tue, 09 Apr, 16:15–18:00 PICO spot 5b
Tuesday, 9 April 2019
PICO spot 5b
Teaching and engaging through Art Chairperson: T. Lanza
A ludic and socially minded interpretation of atmospheric and hydrological driven natural hazards
Teaching Earth Science with Dioramas at the American Museum of Natural History
Enhancing Public Awareness of Disaster Risk Management: The Sebastiano Project, a Science and Art Successful co-creation experience.
Mario Costanzi, Francesco Mugnai, Adriaan Eeckels, Emanuele Intrieri, and Nicola Casagli
Climate and music (Toward promoting the cultural understanding and ESD spreading from the “Doors of Song”)
Kuranoshin Kato and Haruko Kato
CLIMATE WHIRL – Arts at a forestry field station
Art and Science for Society Chairperson: F. Mugnai
Art and Science for improved EU policy making
Jutta Thielen-del Pozo, Adriaan Eeckels, Francesco Mugnai, and Angela Cardinali
An artist and a climatologist reflect on humans and the Earth with the help of an IT developer.
Frank Raes, Jan De Cock, David Surprenant, Christophe De Jaeger, and Lise Ninane
ART and SCIENCE:a new cross-pollinate method!
Maria Rebecca Ballestra
Using art and creativity to increase resilience to hazards: a literature review and pilot study
Anne Van Loon, Imogen Lester-Moseley, Melanie Rohse, Phil Jones, and Rosie Day
Narrative and Visualization Chairperson: S. Illingworth
Many voices, one story: using narrative based filmmaking to share data about the public perceptions of geothermal power in the UK.
Hazel Gibson and Danny Cooke
Science and Art: Looking for New Visualization Method for Seismic Waves
Francesco Mugnai, Anaîs Tondeur, Pierre Pegon, Giacomo Ulivieri, and Adriaan Eeckels
Lichtenberg Figures Assessed for their Aesthetic Potential
The process of creation of theatrical show for scientific divulgation
George Sand França, Ricarddo Cruccioli Ribeiro, Luana Rosa Soares, João Oliveira Soares, and Paulo Eduardo Brito
Using geosciences and mythology to locate Prospero’s Island
Interactive presentations at PICO screens
for details please check the website of the conference.
Looking forward to welcoming you in Vienna
The Conveners of the EGU 2019 – EOS12 Session