A virtual exhibit is connecting the science of the South Pole with the beauty of its landscape. It’s called “Adequate Earth – An Exhibit of Writers and Artists in Antarctica.”
The artists have all been to the South Pole. Now, they are teaching students at SUNY Cobleskill how to better communicate their scientific work to the public.
“I’m excited because I’m able to take this experience and actually wrap it up into my curriculum and build in assignments into my classes,” said Assistant Professor Andrew Gascho Landis. “So the students can take projects that we’re working on and use the inspiration that they’ve gained from the artists and the writers and the exhibition and apply it to the work that we do here at SUNY Cobleskill.”