Presented by William Teets, PhD, director and resident astronomer, Dyer Observatory 

Join William Teets of Vanderbilt University’s Dyer Observatory for a gallery talk that will uncover astronomical concepts in Matthew Ritchie: A Garden in the Flood. Teets will explore phenomena like redshift and black holes, showing how Ritchie’s dynamic artworks piece together scientific concepts and explore complex systems beyond the traditional visual field.

About Dyer Observatory

Dyer Observatory is dedicated to inspiring students and the public through the wonders of astronomy and space exploration. Surrounded by scenic Radnor Lake State Park and listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Dyer’s telescopes have pointed toward the sky since 1953.

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