On November 17th, CST co-sponsored a public event in collaboration with the Princeton University Art Museum (PUAM) and the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology (EEB) that merged the arts and sciences under the unifying theme of mimicry and forgery. This presentation and panel discussion, moderated by Dr. Craig Marshall (Assistant Director of STEM Education at CST), examined the visual characteristics of toxic Heliconius butterflies and various Early Modern European paintings along with a discussion of how machine learning can be a useful tool for detecting mimics in nature and forgeries in the visual arts. A special thanks to our panel of experts consisting of Bart Devolder (Chief Conservator of PUAM), Christopher Lawrence (PhD Candidate in EEB), and Dr. Ahmed Elgammal (Professor of Computer Science at Rutgers University). Be on the lookout for future collaborations between CST, PUAM, and EEB!