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
Oregon Eclipse artist collaborator Nasimeh B.E. shares her post-festival thoughts in this guest blog. Nasimeh collaborated with scientist Sena Koleva as part of our first Artist-Scientist Festival Residency. Together, they brought the interactive installation Bar None to Oregon Eclipse... read more
This guest post is by Susan Bernfield, producing artistic director of New Georges theater company & our partner on Works on Water. Find out some of her favorite memories alongside our photos of the entire event-filled month!
Even for my theater company, where we always want to turn a... read more
We believe that science is a tool for empowerment that belongs to everyone. In a world of alternative facts and fake news, it is of paramount importance that scientists are able to freely communicate their research and allow people to have open access to scientific facts.
The roots of... read more
In December 2015, we brought together willing volunteers to dance for science. Our goal: to explore movement synchrony on the dance floor, in a real nightclub environment.
From the very beginnings of Guerilla Science’s origins in the music festival scene, we have always sought to... read more