Monday 24, April 2017

ASCUS Community

Welcome to the ASCUS Community

This page, linked to our facebook group is for the ASCUS community to share events, ideas, and get excited about the art-science activities happening around them.

Hey guys, the March for Science - Edinburgh is today! It's not just for scientists, but for anyone who wants to support evidence-based policies, funding of research and education/inclusion for all and is in solidarity with over 600 marches going on today. See some of you there!

March for Science - Edinburgh
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Sailing // Art & Science Education // Experience!

How do emotions link with geography and the arts? Is all happening at the Ionion Sea in Greece on the 4th - 11th June...Join our sailing adventure! Further information below!
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The Art of Mapping Emotions

June 4, 2017, 10:00am - June 11, 2017, 2:00pm

During the workshop we will explore concepts of emotional cartographies and subjective territories in relation to the sailing journey. The sailing boat is taking the role of a reflective and creative ...

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Chris Fremantle shared Miceala Shocklee's event to the group: ASCUS Art & Science Community. ... See MoreSee Less

March for Science - Edinburgh

April 22, 2017, 1:30pm - April 22, 2017, 9:30am

On Earth Day, 22nd April, we will march in solidarity with over 600 groups all across the world in support for science - including: - Science For Everyone to Enjoy, Learn & Benefit From - Policy Based...

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Our ASCUS Lab Edinburgh International Science Festival workshop programme continues #TOMORROW. Come Join us to #GetConnected to #art and #science! ... See MoreSee Less

Check out what's happening THIS WEEK in ASCUS Lab! Kicking off the final week of this year's ASCUS Lab at the Edinburgh International Science Festival 2017, we look forward to exploring with you micro...

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Thanks ASCUS Lab: Much enjoyed participating in yesterday's afternoon session with Simon Park, painting with bacteria. I doubt my attempt with Graham to reproduce a relatively simple Piet Mondrian-like design will succeed: I expect the aggressive species will have found a way around or even through the grid lines of antibiotic-producing cells, but I look forward to seeing the result. ... See MoreSee Less

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Hi guys - Posting for a colleague, hope this is ok?

Calling all artists - interested in participating in an innovative science-art-writing project for Schools? Free fun one-day training - April 21st - Edinburgh Uni. Contact Liz for more info liz.fletcher@ed.ac.uk
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