11 November 2014 Jac Scott opens her own commercial gallery, Utopia: The Unexpected Gallery, at Creake Abbey, North Creake, Fakenham, Norfolk NR21 9LF, specialising in unique lighting design and fine art. The gallery only sells creations designed and made in-house by Jac Scott and her team of expert British-based makers.
15 October – 20 December 2015 Post Mortem. A new sculpture will be unveiled at this prestigious exhibition in the Rommelaere Building, University of Ghent, Belgium. This exhibition is part of the Fabrica Vitae tour.
26 March – 31 May 2015 Fabrica Vitae. Invited to contribute to this extraordinary exhibition where art and science meld over anatomy and the 500 year development from the foundations laid by Vesalius. Venue: Stradins Museum, Riga, Latvia
March 2014 – created more Winogradsky columns from freshwater mud and seawater mud for soil research – details on the blog post 28 March.
8 December 2013 – digging up methanogens in Norfolk with Dr Simon Park for our collaborative project Immortal Worlds?
30 November – 22 December 2013. In SMALL exhibition at Mill Yard Gallery, Staveley, Cumbria. Gallery open Thursday to Sunday 11 to 4. Showing new work ‘Obsession’ and ‘Bio Myopia’.
October 2013 – An A-N New Collaboration Bursary has been awarded to Jac Scott to work with microbiologist Dr Simon Park from Surrey University.
October 2013 – Science and art journal IONIC have commissioned Jac Scott to do a second illustration this time to complement an article written by scientist Simon Hazelwood. A Moment of Clarity reports on the advances in understanding the ways our brains work without the need for incision.
October 2013– Accrington Academy have commissioned Jac Scott to develop a collaborative creative and scientific response with students to the Periodic Table.
October 2013- Jac Scott was invited to lead a seminar on drawing skills, followed by tutorials, to Masters of Architecture students at the University of Central Lancashire.
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