Announcing: New Podcast from Leonardo

BETWEEN ART AND SCIENCE is the new podcast from Leonardo/ International Society for the Arts, Sciences and Technology. Leonardo/ ISAST exists to create a community for transdisciplinary practitioners and to amplify their ideas and their work. In this podcast, you can expect to hear from the creators, makers, thinkers and artists who exist in the spaces in between. Episodes are available via several popular podcast distributors and at

Criptech Incubator Leaders on Disabilities Visibilities

The host of the Disabilities Visibilities project Alice Wong interviews Leonardo’s Access, Equity and Inclusion coordinator Lindsey D. Felt and Senior Program Manager Vanessa Chang. Lindsey and Vanessa curated Recoding CripTech, a multidisciplinary art exhibition at SOMArts Cultural Center in San Francisco in early 2020 and are leading the Leonardo CripTech Incubator, a three-year arts incubator funded by the California Arts Council. In this podcast they discuss how their collaboration and friendship started, what it was like curating this exhibit, some of the disabled artists that were part of the exhibit, and why CripTech, disability culture and accessibility are more important than ever in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic. Listen at

Find Leonardo on Youtube

Leonardo’s YouTube channel collects transdisciplinary presentations, talks and events from many of our programs. From curated LASER playlists and author interviews to conference keynotes and panels, the content on this channel is continually growing. Find us at

Join The Leonardo Peer Review Panel

Leonardo journal, published for Leonardo/ISAST by MIT Press, has been considered the premier journal of record in the art/science/technology field for more than 50 years. In keeping with its scholarly focus, the journal editors submit manuscripts to peer review prior to acceptance. In working toward correcting an imbalance in representation across our review panel, we explicitly seek BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, People of Color) applicants as well as underrepresented/marginalized genders. If you are interested in reviewing for Leonardo, please visit

Let Leonardo Reviews Help You find the Next Book to Read

Leonardo Reviews is a scholarly review service published since 1968 by Leonardo. It is the work of a dedicated team of editors led by editorin-chief Michael Punt and a panel of reviewers drawn from artists, scholars and other leading professionals across the world who are working at the edge of research into the convergence of the arts, science and technology.

Open Calls for Leonardo Journal: Special Sections

The current calls for papers for Leonardo journal include special sections such as Science and Art: Understanding the Cross-Disciplinary Connection, PhD in Art and Design, the Leonardo STEAM Initiative in Education, and ArtScience: The Essential Connection. Leonardo is interested in work that crosses the artificial boundaries separating contemporary arts and sciences. Featuring illustrated articles written by artists about their own work as well as articles by historians, theoreticians, philosophers and other researchers, the journal is particularly concerned with issues related to the interaction of the arts, sciences and technology. Find out more at

Attend A Laser Near You!

What do nanotechnology, biological matter, big data, 3D printing and telecommunications have to do with art? Come to a Leonardo Art Science Evening Rendezvous (LASER) near you to find out! Founded by Piero Scaruffi in January 2008, LASERs are now presented in more than 40 locations around the world and online. Each LASER gathering features 10- to 20-minute talks on art/science topics and the opportunity for attendees to network with cutting-edge artists, scientists and researchers in an informal setting. See for locations and dates.

Partners in Art and Science: Become an Affiliate Member

The Leonardo Affiliate Member Program provides a collaborative environment where leaders from topranked universities and independent nonprofits in the cross-disciplinary field of art, science and technology can interface and share best practices, research and opportunities with their peers across institutional boundaries. See the current affiliates at and visit to join.

From Ideas to Innovation—Leonardo is Here!

The name Leonardo immediately brings to mind ideas and innovation in art and science. For over 50 years Leonardo has been identifying and highlighting the concepts and results of generations of artists, scientists, technologists and researchers. Help us move the vision of Leonardo forward through a generous donation today! Leonardo/ISAST is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that relies on the support of its community. Donations are fully tax-deductible in the United States as provided by law. Visit to give.

For the latest in Leonardo/ISAST news, as well as announcements and opportunities of interest to the art/ science community, sign up for our monthly newsletter at