On August 2017, we descended upon the desert of Black Rock City after our incredible experience at Oregon Eclipse. For our first trip to Burning Man, we joined The Phage Camp to celebrate art, music, and radical self-reliance. Visitors sampled from our menu of edible... read more
On this guest blog, residency project manager Cassie Flores gives a recap of Guerilla Science's first ever Artist-Scientist Festival Residency which brought together new interdisciplinary teams of researchers and creators for the Oregon Eclipse Festival in August 2017.
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In early 2017, Guerilla Science invited emerging NYC artists for a Fire Organ residency to compose works that explore the relationship of music and the physical properties of sound. On October 15th, join us a for one-night-only celebration of sound & fire at National Sawdust featuring... read more
On March 2017, Guerilla Science put out a call for applications to our first ever Art-Sci Residency. The goal: to create a space where artists and scientists can meet and collaborate on bringing new installations and experiences to Oregon Eclipse 2017.
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Help bring our discussion to SxSW 2018. SxSW Panel Picker opens to community voting Aug 7-25. Vote for us here.
What is SxSW Panel Picker?
The PanelPicker is SxSW's programming team's online process that allows the SXSW community to have a significant voice in programming SXSW EDU,... read more
This August, the Guerilla Science squad are making our way to Oregon to catch 2017's total solar eclipse. We're celebrating the eclipse with a week of activities that will stimulate, titillate, and provoke wonder. Stop by and discover something new with us!
INTERACTIVE ART... read more
Guerilla Science and Pratt Institute are launching a paid Artists and Scientists residency program in the U.S. Applications are now open.
Guerilla Science is partnering with Pratt Institute, New York to host a residency for up to 15 artist-scientist collaborations to bring... read more
Our New York team is kicking off our NSF partnership with the Pratt Institute and Oregon State University with a new Pratt Fellowship opportunity and Artist-Scientist Residency! This project will explore how the Guerilla Science brand of mixing science, art, and play can be used by... read more
Guerilla Science is seeking musicians, composers, sound artists, interdisciplinary artists, and performing groups to work with their unique Fire Organ this winter.
As part of our mission to revolutionize how people experience science, we have created the Fire Organ - a unique way of... read more
A major shout out to Mark and Guerilla Science from the American Association for the Advancement of Science!
Mark has received the society's 2015 Early Career Award for Public Engagement with Science for his guerilla methods of public engagement. Officially, for “his broad range of... read more