The Stacey Collection will be exhibited in the Colyer-Fergusson Music Building on the University of Kent Canterbury Campus during the Spring term.
The Stacey Collection brings together a series of images that capture research within the School of Biosciences. Named after our founder, Professor Ken Stacey, the collection features selected images submitted by staff and students as part of an annual competition. It encourages students and staff to explore creativity within their daily academic life, while also promoting public engagement with our world-leading research.
The images reflect different aspects of our research environment, revealing the hidden beauty to be found within scientific data, experimental processes and laboratory spaces.
In tandem with this exhibition, the interface of science and music will also be explored in Cellular Dynamics (Wednesday 1 February, 1.10-1.50pm, free admission) – featuring images and video derived from our research alongside live musical accompaniment in the spectacular Colyer-Fergusson Concert Hall.
The Stacey Collection will be exhibited in the Colyer-Fergusson Gallery until 7 April 2017. Admission is free.