The members of this network are involved with the following activities:

  • Translate cancer research jargon for general public, artists and scientists from other disciplines
  • Coordinate meetings, workshops and field trips for artists to learn about challenges dealt with in cancer research
  • Publish findings in peer reviewed art-science journals
  • Leverage public relations and marketing via social networks and art-science magazines
  • Acquire funding by submitting interdisciplinary research proposals
  • Manage and curate gallery installation events combining audience from art, science and business
  • Document evidences where artistic practices combined with scientific research advanced prevention, diagnosis or cure for cancer