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Art Through Scientists Eyes. Unit One How is Science Done Kalama Intermediate School Mrs. Prevenas. What’s art got to do with science?. Why have scientists always drawn their observations? Why do scientists have to be accurate about what they draw?. ART. The scientist has always drawn.

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art through scientists eyes

Art Through Scientists Eyes

Unit One

How is Science Done

Kalama Intermediate School

Mrs. Prevenas

what s art got to do with science
What’s art got to do with science?
  • Why have scientists always drawn their observations?
  • Why do scientists have to be accurate about what they draw?

ART

the scientist has always drawn
The scientist has always drawn

Francesco Redi (1688)

-shot down the Theory of spontaneous generation

-using two flasks containing meat, one tightly closed, the other open to the air (and to flies)

-guess what happened

malpighi used art to show similarities
Malpighi used art to show similarities

Marcello Malpighi (1675)

  • Drew similarities between growth stages of plant and animal embryos
hooke was an artist too
Hooke was an artist too

Robert Hooke (1665)

  • Gave the CELL its name
  • Could draw pretty well too
sprengel could draw as well
Sprengel could draw as well

Christian Sprengel (1793)

  • Studied how the wind and insects work to pollinate
  • Charles Darwin thought Sprengel was a genius
speaking of darwin
Speaking of Darwin

Charles Darwin (1842)

  • a naturalist on board H.M.S. Beagle during its surveying voyage around the world
  • His ‘Theory of Natural Selection’ says organisms change over time
marie curie also used art
Marie Curie also used art

Marie Curie (1903)

  • early research on radioactivity in medicine
  • first scientist to win the Nobel Prize twice (1903 and 1911)!!!!!
  • Madame Curie attained honors beyond the dreams of most women of her time

Nothing in life is to be feared

It is only to be understood.

beatrix potter was a scientist
Beatrix Potter was a scientist

Beatrix Potter (1900)

  • She always loved nature
  • Loved to draw too
  • Loved to draw mosses and fungi
  • Drew pictures in her books to help sell them
  • Her first love was science
who the heck was haeckle
Who the Heck was Haeckle?
  • Alive at the same time as Darwin
  • Gave the word ‘ecology’ a place in science
  • Named hundreds and hundreds of new species.
  • Made drawing diatoms an art.

Earnst Haeckel, www.wikipedia.com

loved those microscopic critters
Loved those microscopic critters
  • Scientific illustration is an important skill in science
  • Make sure to include date, time, location, name, size, color, other observations
review of my rules
Review of my rules
  • Use a 6 inch voice during teamwork
  • Raise your hands for help
  • MYOB (Mind Your Own Business)
  • Respect all TRIBES agreements
  • Keep hands and feet to yourself
  • Follow my directions
  • Remember to act safely at all times
yackity yak don t talk back
Yackity-Yak, don’t talk back!

When you hear the lab clean-up song

  • STOP WHAT YOU ARE DOING!
  • Save file as color and name
  • Example yellobula or blueirving
  • Close programs
  • Leave computer as you found it
  • Tuck in chair
reference
Reference
  • Haeckel’s Art Forms From Nature, CD ROM and Book, 2004, Dover Publications
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