A one day conference organised and hosted by Guerilla Science at the Pratt Institute, New York for “artists who love science, and scientists who love to create.”
To mark our tenth year Guerilla Science hosted a gathering that brought together people interested in “artists who love science, and scientists who love to create.” The event included presenters in diverse fields from activism, performance art, theater, design and media, advertising, film, and science education. During four plenary sessions and seven workshops, participants recalled childhood memories, looked through microscopes, created meaning from magazine scraps, designed a utopian society, explored the incredible power of branding, and honed pitches for new performances, exhibitions, and films inspired by science. The conference included opportunities to network, create art, learn from others, and relax and unwind during lunch and the cocktail hour at the end of the day.
“Impressively put together event!”
“I loved seeing and hearing about the ways in which experiences were being created, whether that was in science or not.”
“Both in and outside the talks and workshops, there were lots of nice interactive touches that got attendees thinking and talking to each other.”
“Great to be around so many different types of people with different skills all looking into how to spread a scientific message through an art or design forum.”
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