Frank Chester lecture: The Heart's Art

A public lecture by Frank Chester titled “The Heart’s Art” will take place on Tuesday March 6, 7:00 pm at the RISD Auditorium. Frank Chester is an artist, sculptor and geometrician living in San Francisco with more than 30 years of experience as an art educator. In 1997 Frank began exploring new relationships with form which search led him into the discovery of a seven-sided geometric form never before seen in the world. After a painstaking process he created the first models of this heptahedron, now known as the Chestahedron, which has also become the basis for groundbreaking discoveries in a wide range of disciplines, including the fields of cardiology and earth sciences. Read more at: frankchester.com and The Mysterious Heart.

The lecture is co-sponsored by Graphic Design, Furniture Design, Architecture + Design, Foundation Studies.

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