For the seventh year, a group of professional and student painters, illustrators, sculptors and others from across the country are participating in a two-week program at Mt. Lake Biological Station. Called ArtLab, the only mission is to make art and be inspired by the scientists and setting. An article in the July 24th edition of the Roanoke Times, which is presented in today's edition of UVA Today, quotes Biology Professor Eric Nagy (Associate Director of the field station) as saying, "The partnerships and relationships formed by researchers and artists might seem an odd combination — but, in fact, can work well." “Art and science are about trying to understand the world through different lenses.” To read the full article, please click here.