New Video! A lecture on how astronomy images are created.Newest Image VLA Reveals Spectacular "Halos" of Spiral Galaxies
Highlights of Past Events
Contact Info and Itinerary
Research CV (short)
UGC 10288: Nature Pulls a Fast One on Astronomers
-- Seeing is Believing: Experiment 1 An interactive art project by Jayanne English and Brad Miller in honour of the International Year of Astronomy.
-- Beam Me Up: A web-based online project by Xcult.org that invites artists and authors from different countries to concern themselves with the concept of space. A curator, Sarah Cook (University of Sunderland), invited me to participate.
- My written contribution is Cosmic sites: Remote space and personal perception meet at the monitor.
- Accompanying animation of the DRAO Planck Deep Field.
- Critique by Claire L. Evans
- the Beam-me-up project is to go on display in its own exhibition at Plug.in, Basel, Switzerland from January 14 through March 15.
-- Contributed images to Two Parts of Wonder by Denise Prefontaine, November 6-December 18, University of New Brunswick Art Centre, Fredericton, NB.
G-astronomy! Learning by Cosmosis: Lesson #1 Dark Matter. At The Tallest Poppy restaurant members of the public asked questions of a panel on Dark Matter in the Universe. The experts included Professor Ken Freeman, the first person to confirm the strange gravitational effects in the outskirts of galaxies; Prof. Chris O'Dea; Prof. Andrew Frey; and Jayanne English. How do we know it makes up 90% of the matter in the universe even though we can't see it? Occurred Tuesday Oct 14, 2014 at 7:30pm (Sherbrooke and Westminster).2012 Transit of Venus - last viewing for a lifetime.
Tension between Art and Science in Astronomy Images: Dr. English interviewed by Leizl Thom on Talk Radio 702 in Johannesburg, South Africa Sunday April 19, 2010.(MP3)
2012 Hoax: Dr. English interviewed by Laurie Langcastor on CJOB Friday Nov 13, 2009.
Last modified: Tue Apr 14 21:06:06 EST 2009