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Anitha B.


Sunnyvale, CA
Hometown: Bay Area

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February 3, 2013

Do you practice art, science, or art/science?

Probably, though not in any deliberate way :)

Are there any specific organizations, businesses, Meetups, or collaboratives you think we should know about?

Quite a few here on meetup alone. BioCurious, Wonderfest, there are probably some good tie ins to Maker Faire. I'll wait to find out more about Baasics though, before giving you advice.

What topics would you like to see addressed/explored by both artists, scientists, or both?

I don't have a particular goal or preference in mind. I imagine something about life cycles or life/death would come naturally. Maybe a living exhibit that changes. Playing with imaging or biomarkers...


Hi everyone! Anitha, here! I'm curious to see how this group will marry art and science. I hope to find out soon enough.

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