The Edinburgh Science Festival

Since 2015 ASCUS Art & Science have been working in partnership with the Edinburgh Science Festival and Summerhall Visual Arts to co-curate the Festival’s inspiring visual art programme.

Our collaboration has also produced a diverse and exciting programme of hands-on art-science workshops and events in ASCUS Lab, the UK’s largest and Scotland’s 1st publicly accessible laboratory for experimentation in art and science.

 

2014 Sceince Festival: Summerhall Sci-Art Trail

5 – 20 April 2014 City Art Centre, Edinburgh ASCUS is presenting a small exhibition as part of the Summerhall Sci-Art Trail where we are showing work in our Display Case by one of the Artists also exhibiting in the City Art Centre. The Display Case at Summerhall is an ASCUS curated space for displaying work at the art science …

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2014 Science Festival: City Art Centre Exhibition

5 – 20 April 2014 City Art Centre, Edinburgh ASCUS is once again curating an exhibition at the EISF flagship venue the City Art Centre. This Ascus curated project aimed to investigate and illustrate, in quite raw terms, how an artist responds and is inspired by scientific research. To do this, ASCUS created teams of artists to work with specific …

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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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2013 Science Festival: ASCUS Exhibition at the City Art Centre

23 March – 6 April 2013 This year, ASCUS is proud to present a series of work at the City Art Centre for the Edinburgh International Science Festival. The artwork sits alongside the interactive displays that EISF present each year at the City Art Centre, and shows off what can be achieved when artists and scientists collaborate. The work in …

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Science Festival 2013: Conflict of Interest

Tent Gallery Evolution House, 78 West Port, Edinburgh College of Art, Edinburgh 23 March – 6 April 2013 An exhibition at the Tent Galley in collaboration with The Clipperton Project and series of three Saturday events at the space. ‘Conflict of Interest’ looks at aspects of art and science interactions with the help of members of The Clipperton Project (TCP) …

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