Leonardo and the Djerassi Resident Artists Program (DRAP) collaborate on the annual Leonardo at Djerassi artist/scientist residency that brings together artists and scientists for a monthlong retreat in the Santa Cruz Mountains. During the course of the residency, artists working in a variety of media work closely with scientists working in various disciplines to explore and transform the boundaries of art and science.
Two renowned institutions known for their contributions to arts research in engineering and science are partnering for experimentation in space and time. Leonardo/ISAST and the Experiments in Art and Technology (E.A.T.) program at Nokia Bell Labs have launched a joint Residency in the Silicon Valley that will bring in art researchers with an interest in science and engineering to spend time at the Nokia Bell Labs Sunnyvale offices.
Leonardo has long served as a critical resource for classroom curricula and student research, promoting the advancement of scholarship in the field of art/science/technology through the Leonardo Educators and Students Program, which focuses on such activities and initiatives as the Leonardo Abstracts Service (LABS), student internships, publication discounts for students and educators and student art/science contests. Our working group, the Leonardo Education and Art Forum (LEAF), organizes panel discussions and other activities of interest to the education and academic communities at conferences and symposia.
Leonardo partners with festivals, universities, museums and labs across the world. We co-host an assortment of events, ranging from celebrations, symposia, panels, conferences, talks, exhibitions and more. To find out how you can participate in a Leonardo-sponsored event, check out our Leonardo Events page.
LASER (Leonardo Art Science Evening Rendezvous) Talks is Leonardo's international program of evening gatherings that bring artists and scientists together for informal presentations and conversations. The LASER Talks program is now in over twenty cities around the world with over two dozen partners and serves thousands of community members.
Shaping tomorrow, today, requires path-breaking, creative solutions. In an alarming syndemic of intersecting crises—the coronavirus pandemic, racial injustice and accompanying civil unrest, and cascading environmental hazards—Seize the Moment addresses the grand challenges of the day through transdisciplinary arts, science, technological, and humanities collaborations in research, pedagogy, and public engagement. Seize the Moment is an initiative of the Humanities Lab, Leonardo, and the Global Futures Laboratory at Arizona State University. To learn more, visit our website at Seize the Moment