Friday 20, July 2018

Events

Featured Open Session – with Guest Physics Researcher Dr Anne Pawsey

The physical characteristics of paints, inks and clays influence how they can be used to produce art. How they are deposited wet, transferred from surface to surface and how they dry. Dr Anne Pawsey of the Edinburgh Complex Fluids Partnership at the University of Edinburgh is studying these materials and would like to invite artists or anyone who uses clays, …

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R Sustainable Fashion Show

On Saturday 3rd of March we are delighted to be partnering with R Sustainable Fashion Show as they bring you a night of exploring the impact of fast fashion! R Sustainable Fashion Show 5.30pm-10pm, Sat 3rd March 2018 Come down to the West Court theatre at the Edinburgh College of Art to explore the impact of fast fashion! R Sustainable …

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Connect & Create With CO&CO

ASCUS Art & Science is proud to be partnering with CO&CO for their Connect & Create event this February. Come join us as we celebrate collaboration highlighting some of the student projects that have emerged from ASCUS Lab and to find out what new collaborative opportunities and initiatives we have in the pipeline! Connect & Create With CO&CO 5.30-8pm, Tues …

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ASCUS Presents: Silent Signal Film Screening

At ASCUS we are deligthed to partner with Animate Projects and the Wigtown Book Festivalto present Silent Signal for their Big Bang Weekend 2018. From Frankenstein’s monster to the future of AI and from outer space to the inside of the brain – The Big Bang Weekend explores the mechanics of life and we are taking part! ASCUS Presents: Silent …

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Anatomy Nights – Matters of the Heart

At ASCUS we are delighted to partner with ‘Anatomy@Edinburgh’ at the University of Edinburgh to bring you Anatomy Nights – Matters of the Heart  this Valentines Day. What are the heart strings? Where is the hole in your heart? How does the blood circulate? See it all before your eyes with a talk from an expert anatomists and cardiovascular science …

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Contextualising Biotechnological Artifacts

On Friday 19th of January in partnership with UK Centre for Mammalian Synthetic Biology, ASCUS is delighted to present Contextualising Biotechnological Artifacts – a talk by renowed bio artists Oron Catts and Ionat Zurr. Vessels of Care and Control: Prototypes of Compustcubator & Hivecubator 2016 Oron Catts and Ionat Zurr in collaboration with Mike Bianco Contextualising Biotechnological Artifacts 6:30-8:30pm, Fri …

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Featured Open Session – with Guest Cardiovascular Science Researchers

For our ASCUS Lab Open Session on Saturday the 21st of October we are delighted to announce that we will be joined by cardiovascular science PhD researchers Rebecca Wafer, Teodora Aldea and Emmanouil Solomonidis, who will spend the afternoon with us sharing and doing live demos of the research that they do at BHF Centre of Research Excellence at the …

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The Greenhouse Gas Exchange

This October ASCUS is delighted to be partnering with the Greenhouse gAs Uk and Global Emissions (GAUGE) project to bring you ASCUS Lab’s very first Greenhouse Gas Exchange event for creative practitioners. The Greenhouse Gas Exchange is a day long interactive event for creative practitioners interested in meeting current researchers involved in the GAUGE project. This is an opportunity for …

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Exxpedition 2017 | A Life in Plastic

Photo courtesy of eXXpedition 2017 eXXpedition – MAKING THE UNSEEN SEEN eXXpedition is a series of all women voyages to make the unseen seen, from the toxics in our body to the toxics in our seas. Since 7th August 2017 eXXpedition has been circumnavigating Great Britain on board S.V. Sea Dragon stopping for events along the way. At ASCUS we …

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Featured Open Session – with Guest Neuroscience Researcher Jemma Pilcher

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 about the inner workings of the brain. We know the brain is made up of different regions which connect and communicate with each other, and together …

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