An evening on the 23rd May 2018 exploring, facilitating and initiating collaborations between scientists, artists, creatives, academics and curious organisms of all varieties. We will be investigating public engagement opportunities across sectors, debating their value and hopefully fostering some new collaborative projects.
Leading the evening is Charlotte Jarvis, an artist who collaborates with scientists and lectures at the Royal College of Art and Imperial College. Charlotte has seen her own heart beat outside of her body, grown her own cancer in a dish and recorded music onto DNA.
The event is being held at the Digital Humanities Hub at the University of Birmingham, Birmingham, B15 2SD from 17:45 to 21:00.
To avoid disappointment we kindly request that you register (for free) as places are limited, click here to register.
WORLDS COLLIDE is open to:
- University of Birmingham researchers from the arts, humanities and sciences. All Colleges are welcome.
- Artists, creative practitioners, and cultural organisations working outside of the University.
Please note: This event is not open to professional services staff at the University unless they work in a brokering role, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you have queries