Art and science are often thought of as separate and unrelated disciplines. However, art has frequently been influenced by scientific discoveries, and science has used artistic techniques to expand knowledge. Since STEM remains prominent in academic discourse, it’s important for art librarians to advocate for the inclusion of the arts in this narrative to make STEAM. Research shows that the creative process used by artists is important for scientific discovery. This presentation will discuss how an art librarian and a science librarian at an academic library successfully collaborated with a variety of stakeholders to curate two exhibitions based on the interrelationship of art and science: From Micro to Macro and A Symbiotic Affair.