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Livermore: Science, art, nature

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"Sketches in Code: Randomness & Patterns in Science and Art" opened last week at the Bankhead Theater Gallery and will run until May 2. The exhibit explores how the intersection of mathematics, science, art and computers can be used to visualize and create artistic pieces that also describe and explain nature.

It presents the idea that while art has often been described as an opposing discipline to mathematics, science and computers, in many ways they are similar: In the end, all are creative processes that involve a journey of discovery. The exhibit is co-sponsored by Livermore Arts and Quest Science Center.

The gallery, 2400 First Ave., Livermore, is open 2-6 p.m. Fridays; and 1-5 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays. Limited entry, masks required. Learn more at livermorearts.org.

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Livermore: Science, art, nature

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Uploaded: Mon, Feb 22, 2021, 4:15 pm

"Sketches in Code: Randomness & Patterns in Science and Art" opened last week at the Bankhead Theater Gallery and will run until May 2. The exhibit explores how the intersection of mathematics, science, art and computers can be used to visualize and create artistic pieces that also describe and explain nature.

It presents the idea that while art has often been described as an opposing discipline to mathematics, science and computers, in many ways they are similar: In the end, all are creative processes that involve a journey of discovery. The exhibit is co-sponsored by Livermore Arts and Quest Science Center.

The gallery, 2400 First Ave., Livermore, is open 2-6 p.m. Fridays; and 1-5 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays. Limited entry, masks required. Learn more at livermorearts.org.

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