Calling all artists and scientists! Guerilla Science and Pratt Institute are inviting applications to take part in a paid residency program in the U.S. Apply now!
Guerilla Science and the Pratt Institute in New York are once again hosting a residency for up to 15... read more
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
Comedian and radio show host Chris Duffy is hosting our NYC Sensory Speed Date takeover. Chris's shows have been featured in The New York Times, Boston Globe, Washington Post, LA Weekly, and in The Onion A.V. Club. He is currently a staff writer for the Explorer TV show on... read more
We are delighted to announce that the Simons Foundation has awarded Guerilla Science a $1.25 million grant to revolutionize how people everywhere, see, experience and understand science.
Guerilla Science is about to take America by storm! Starting January 2016, the read more
I met myself in a dream, And I just wanna tell you, everything was alright. Hey, now, baby, I'm beginning to see the light. —Lou Reed
My first time in a high power laser laboratory was disorienting to say the least. To gain entry, I had to suit up in clean room garb, put protective blue... read more
This guest blog post is from Zach Kopciak, theatrical performer and longtime Guerilla Science collaborator. Zach worked with us to produce a diverse programme of events for Figment Festival, held on Governor's Island in New York in June 2015.
As a theatre artist working with scientists, I... read more
On Friday the 13th we’re hosting a very special version of Sensory Speed Dating for the first time in New York. We’ll guide a select group of brave New Yorkers through a series of sensory interactions at a secret location somewhere in Manhattan.
Neuroscientist Heather Berlin and Zach Kopciak (who... read more
The Intergalactic Travel Bureau premiered last October at the Royal Observatory in Greenwich as part of the Astronomers' Ball - check out the sweet review in Culture Lab. This June it made its first international appearance at the FIGMENT Festival. Our girl in New... read more