Last week, I attended a symposium for Northwestern University Library's new exhibition Art and Science: Traversing the Creative Spectrum. Speakers included S. Hollis Clayson, Professor of Art History at Northwestern; Harriet Stratis, Senior Research Conservator at the Art Institute of Chicago; Susan Russick, Northwestern University Library Conservator; and Oliver Cossairt, Professor of Computer Science at Northwestern. The discussions all related to the intersection between science and art, and I was drawn to the discussions of imaging science in particular. Using rapidly advancing technology has enabled researchers to learn more about historic works of art - Gauguin's working process via Infrared imaging, for example. I always appreciate it when the cultural heritage imaging field is recognized for its contributions, and it was an interesting group of presentations.