Hi everyone! Just wanted to share the exciting work the Guerilla Science Artist-Scientist residents have been working on. This week, they'll be unveiling it at Oregon Eclipse 2017! ... See MoreSee Less
BBC CHILDREN IN NEED CURIOSITY FUND - Grants up to £10,000 for UK not-for-profit organisations for projects which engage children and young people aged up to 18 in science based activities (application deadline 22 September 2017) ... See MoreSee Less
Hey guys! As the academic year is beginning, we are initiating our fifth call for artists, scientists, innovators, and all thinkers alike. Different from before, we have a very apparent theme this go ...
At ASCUS we are delighted to be partnering with eXXpedition to host their all women crew for 'A Life in Plastic' as they dock in Edinburgh at the end of this month!
Are you interested in understanding more about the plastics pollution in our seas? Want to be part of an immersive Arts and Science experience combining sound, video and microscopic art in #ASCUSLab? If so then join us on Saturday the 26th of August!
'A Life in Plastic' Experience: Every hour on the hour between 10am-5pm, in ASCUS Lab Registration: bit.ly/2vcMH61
'A Life in Plastic'Public Artwork: From 10am-5pm, Summerhall Courtyard Drop-in
If you are in the area, I'm talking about the life and death of my bioassemblages tonight at Queen's Hall, Hexham as part of #FEED - 6pm, would be great to see you there ... See MoreSee Less
FEED - In Conversation
July 24, 2017, 6:00pm - July 24, 2017, 3:00pm
#FEED In Conversation: Louise Mackenzie, Wojtek Mejor and Sneha Solanki
Chair: Dominic Smith (Curator)
Join us on Monday, early evening (6pm) for a discussion around each artists practice and the th...
This is just a wee reminder that this is happening tomorrow (Saturday 22nd Jul). Pop along to the #ASCUSLab between 10am-4pm to chat about neuroscience and explore the brain! ... See MoreSee Less
Featured Open Session – with Guest Neuroscientist Jemma Pilcher
July 22, 2017, 10:00am - July 22, 2017, 10:00am
Ever asked yourself how does your brain work? This question has been puzzling scientists for centuries and will probably continue to do so far into the future. However, there is plenty we do know abou...
Are you interested in working with a poet to create an interdisciplinary exploration of your work for Manchester Science Festival 2017? If so, then please get in touch either by emailing me or sending me a DM. ... See MoreSee Less
Delighted to be hosting neuroscientist Jemma Pilcher this coming Saturday (22nd July) for our first ASCUSLab featured Open Session! Join us for this unique opportunity to explore sections of the brain! More info here: bit.ly/2tQeNna... See MoreSee Less
We're excited to host Jemma Pilcher #neuroscience reseacher at The University of Edinburgh for the very first of our #ASCUSLab featured Open Session's next Saturday 22nd July!
This is an opportunity...