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  • SCIENCE GALLERY VENICE CLOSES EARLY MENTAL RECYCLING

    The interactive exhibition MENTAL RECYCLING, inspired by the Manifesto of Ethical Art, dedicated to themes such as the economy, the future, the distribution of resources, global interconnection (entanglement), migration and the environment, closes early because of the climate changes that occurred this summer. The continuous rise in the average temperature of the planet is now the cause of increasingly extreme and frequent climatic phenomena, even in areas of the planet where such events, in...

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  • Playing with the 5/Sense Generator @Youth Symposium

    5/SENSE GENERATOR

    5/SENSE GENERATOR – OUR MULTI-SENSORIAL WORKSHOP @ Youth Symposium The second edition of the Science Gallery Youth Symposium has brought together young people from across the Science Gallery Network to focus on the theme CO-CREATE. Science Gallery Venice contributed with a Multi-sensorial Workshop. YOUTH SYMPOSIUM The Youth Symposium is an important opportunity for youth mobility, intercultural exchange and knowledge sharing; a chance to truly experience what coming together from across the...

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  • RESIDENCY

    Emma Critchley joined the Ice Memory project team lead by Professor Carlo Barbante beginning of June as winning artist for  Earth Water Sky Residency programme, the first artists' residency of the Global Science Gallery Network. Emma has dedicated the past 17 years to working as an artist underwater, looking at the way in which different environments in and out of the water relate to the human experience, including climate change. Emma was in Venice working with Professor Barbante and his team...

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  • LOVE, what a blast! (or maybe not?)

    The following article has been published by D.it Repubblica (Italian version HERE) How sexy is the ability to make people laugh? To find out, our "correspondent" participated in a scientific speed date. Themed: irony. She came out with the suspicion that courtship is rather a social skill. And that there's not much to laugh about. The room is lined with yellow cloth, has no windows, looks like a playroom. It relaxes me. I'm on the first floor of  Science Gallery Dublin, where a mischievous...

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  • EMMA CRITCHLEY WINS EARTH WATER SKY RESIDENCY

    Underwater artist Emma Critchley (UK) is the first winner of the three year EARTH WATER SKY residency programme. The jury awarded it to her for ‘the originality and beauty’ of her proposed project which in the words of Professor Carlo Barbante was the most evocative of the Ice Memory project which he leads. Both Professor Michele Bugliesi, Rector of Ca’ Foscari University of Venice, and Science Gallery Venice’s Director Anna Puccio, consider the residency programme a true added value to the...

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