Through visual art, multimedia installations, and interactive experiences, join artists and scientists at “Collisions Festival: Invasive Systems” to explore the delicate and complicated nature of how both living and inanimate things redefine our environments. This weekend festival includes an art-science exhibition, a hands-on workshop (Sat, separate registration required), and guided discussions and tours by the curator (Sat/Sun).
Are you curious about data sonification? Wondering how music theory and DNA sequences could converge to create a work of art and science? Join us to explore more! In this DNA sonification workshop, participants will learn the process of DNA barcoding of invasive plant species, and how to sonify DNA sequences with basic music theory and MIDI freeware.
Artist / Astronaut. Watercolour / Triops. Cancer / Costume. Movement / Music. What are the journeys taken, and the stories behind them? Join us at “Collider Cafe: Art. Science. Journeys.” to explore how art and science intersect in the exploration of curiosity.
Join astrophysicist / writer Elizabeth Tasker & young adult (YA) novelist Ria Voros on Friday, April 26 as they share how discoveries of new worlds help tell stories of family.
You like science? You like drinking while sciencing? In Vancouver there are many options to get educated and inspired through science, art, and culture in a casual bar setting outside of universities. There’s Nerd Nite which focuses on nerdy lectures in the Fox Cabaret, Curiosity Collider which creates events that bring together artists and scientists, and Science Slam, a poetry-slam inspired science communication competition!
Interstitial: Science Innovations by Canadian Women is an exhibition with events in June 2018, showcasing 2D work by female artists featuring women in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM, or STEAM when Arts is included).
Are you curious? From visual art, science cartoon, to storytelling and comedy, join us at “Collider Cafe: Art. Science. Chronicles.” to explore how art and science intersect in the exploration of curiosity.
In the quantum realm, what is observable and what is not? What happens when we mix art and science? Immerse yourself in quantum physics through dance, spoken word, projection sculpture and virtual reality at Quantum: Future Possibilities.
#ColliderCafe is a space for artists, scientists, makers, and anyone interested in art+science. Are you curious? Join us to explore how art and science intersect in the exploration of curiosity.
Our #ColliderCafe is a space for artists, scientists, makers, and anyone interested in art+science. Meet, discover, connect, create. Are you curious? Join us at “Collider Cafe: Art. Science. Interwoven.” to explore how art and science intersect in the exploration of curiosity.
Curiosity Collider, Science Borealis, the Royal BC Museum, and the Science Writers and Communicators of Canada join forces to bring you a dynamic evening discovering the myriad ways to effectively communicate the relevance of science.
You like science? You like drinking while sciencing? September 20th at the Fox Cabaret, all five institutions will team for the ultimate bar science night, Et al. This show is one night only, and not to be missed, and plus it’s Science Literacy Weekto boot! Last year this event sold out very quickly, so don’t miss out!
Our human experiences of astronomical events depend on the past and present spectrum of our cultural relationships with science, technology, theology, and mythology. ECLIPSE:TOTAL ALIGNMENT is a sensory exploration of the ways that we frame this rare total alignment of the sun, earth, and moon.
#ColliderCafe is a space for artists, scientists, makers, and anyone interested in art+science. Meet. Discover. Connect. Create.
When we blend classical art, science and digital technology, what remains the same and what becomes a hybrid?
Join our upcoming “Collider Cafe: Scientific. Expression.” to hear from these speakers about their ideas and to chat with them about collaborations.
September 20th at the Fox Cabaret, all four institutions will team for the ultimate bar science night, Et al.
Join artists Char Hoyt, Dzee Louise, and Robi Smith, and Curiosity Collider to celebrate the “Science Collides” exhibition at Science World!
If you have never been to the Britannia Mine Museum, this is the time to visit! We will bring art+science to the Museum on Saturday.
We’re colliding neuroscience and astronomy with performance art, sound, dance, and animation for one amazing evening under the planetarium dome.
On May the 4th, join us to celebrate collisions between art and science with fascinating stories brought to you.
Come see successful collaborations, share your “ridiculous”(-ly awesome!) art-science ideas, and join our fall challenge to showcase your project!