Neuroscientist and Artist Greg Dunn to visit WWU Oct. 24

Wednesday, October 12, 2016 - 10:26am

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Neurons - courtesy Greg Dunn and the Franklin Institute

On Monday, Oct. 24, Dr. Greg Dunn, a neuroscientist and artist, will visit Western Washington University to give two public lectures about his work on combining science and artistic techniques to create images of the human brain.

Dunn's visit is sponsored by the colleges of Fine and Performing Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences, Science and Engineering, and the Behavioral Neuroscience Program.

Dunn will present:

“The Scientific Story Behind the World’s Most Complex Artistic Depiction of the Human Brain” at noon in Fine Arts 238, followed by a meet and greet in the Western Gallery

and

“The Artistic Story Behind the World’s Most Complex Artistic Depiction of the Human Brain” at 5 p.m. in Academic West 204, followed by a meet and greet in the Academic West lobby.