The intersection between art and science is an area that continues to be worthy of detailed exploration, and several organizations have been created in recent years to do just that. The Art & Science Collaborations group was started by artist Cynthia Pannucci in 1988 when she began to realize that there was a general lack of support for technology-based art across the United States. In the past 16 years the organization has expanded its mission to sponsor public events, panel discussions, and develop resources for artists working in this interesting area. The most compelling part of the site allows visitors to learn about artists who participate in the organization's activities, and also read about their various symposia and public projects in order to get a better sense of their very diverse set of perspectives. The Spotlight Archive will interest most visitors, as it features various developments in the field of visual arts that deal with aspects of technology from around the world, including selections from online journals.
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