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week 5: muscles!

For the last couple of weeks I have been juggling studying with teaching and preparing work for an exhibition of my anatomical waxworks, drawings and paintings. 206 more words

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Starmus Festival IV

Starmus Festival IV: Life And The Universe

The Starmus International Festival was held this year, June 18–23, 2017, in Trondheim, Norway. Starmus is an international gathering focused on celebrating astronomy, space exploration, music, art, and allied sciences such as biology and chemistry. 1,711 more words

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LAB 2017: Mitigación de los problemas asociados al crecimiento urbano descontrolado

La Ing. María Lourdes Peralta Frías. Ph.D. y la escritora / ambientalista Geetha Iyer estarán trabajando juntas durante el LAB de Arte y Ciencia este año para acercar a los habitantes de Panamá Este a un estudio que busca analizar los problemas que surgen a raíz de la mala planificación urbana y también propone soluciones y sugerencias de prácticas más sostenibles. 436 more words

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Dr Sarah Cook on "Media archaeology excavations - digging digital art" (1st November at 12:00, Duncan Rice Library, room 224)

Research Seminar

Dr Sarah Cook (Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design)

Abstract

In its early days, intermedia and information-based arts often found their own means of presentation and reception, from small artist-led networks, publications, servers and databases, to ad hoc temporary installations.  448 more words

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Creative clusters

The recent report by Sir Peter Bazalgette has placed a new and welcome emphasis upon the relationship between place and the creative economy. His report has as its main recommendation: 456 more words

Picturing Science reading group on Paul Klee

The reading group Picturing Science is back on Tuesday, October 10th at 1pm in New King’s 15.

We shall be discussing Paul Klee48 more words

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week three: appendicular

Sally Left The Party To Take Carmen Home:

Scaphoid, Lunate, Triquetrum, Pisiform, Trapezium, Trapezoid, Capitate, Hamate

I do love mnemonics!

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