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    Science for Artists: University of the Arts students reflect on animating objects from CHF’s collection

    A group of animation students at University of the Arts might have thought their chemistry days ended with high school—until their professor, John Serpentelli, assigned them a semester-long science project last fall.

    The class animated two objects from CHF’s collection, a 17th century alchemical painting and a 19th century children’s book about fairies that explains chemical processes.

    The two short animations were first screened as a part of CHF’s January 22 webcast, “Drawing History: Telling the Stories of Science through Comics and Graphic Novels.” 

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