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Art & Science on a Postcard 2020

Brought to you by ASCUS Art & Science and InterSci in collaboration with the Festival of Creative Learning 2020 and Forest Cafe, Art & Science on a Postcard is a networking and hands-on workshop for artists and scientists to exchange knowledge and ideas and get creative with science. Art & Science on a Postcard 2020 What happens when 5 artists …

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ASCUS Lab Christmas Crystals Workshop

We’re getting creative with liquid crystals in ASCUS Lab this Christmas. Create your own unique Christmas card designs. Workshop Details The Workshop Tired of traditional Christmas workshops? Create a unique Christmas crystal card with us in ASCUS Lab using our guided crystallography techniques. Create mesmerising, liquid crystal imagery with our polarised light microscopes. Then use our Christmas themed camera filters …

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Atopic Art

‘Atopic Art: Expressions of eczema’ is a partnership project between ASCUS Art & Science, Dr Sarah Brown and Eczema Outreach Scotland. The project first began in early 2015 with ASCUS commissioning artists Trevor Gordon and Josie Valley to deliver participatory workshops to families affected by eczema at venues across Scotland. From these workshops, and through further consultation with Eczema Outreach …

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Research Futures 2013: Public Engagement and the Impact Agenda

Tuesday 4 June 2013 In June 2013 ASCUS volunteers attended the 2013 Research Futures Conference hosted by St. Andrews University. The theme of this years conference was ‘Public Engagement and the Impact Agenda’ and ASCUS’s unique brand of art-science collaboration brought a new angle to the debate on how researchers can introduce their work to a wider audience and encourage …

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2013 Science Festival: [E]laborate with ASCUS

ASCUS is proud to present the first ASCUS Lab in Edinburgh: [E]laborate Saturday 6 April 2013, 1.30 – 4.30 pm Tent Gallery, Evolution House, 78 West Port, Edinburgh College of Art, Edinburgh ASCUS [E]laborate takes us back to the origins of the word laboratory, providing an opportunity to get involved with active, hands-on, art science interactions and collaborations The first …

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