SCIENAR and Kettle’s Yard proudly present An Art and Science Extravaganza
As part of this year’s Cambridge Science Festival, on 19th March 2010 SCIENAR and Kettle’s Yard Gallery will be hosting:
Conversations Across Science and Art
The event will begin at 6.00pm with Prof. John Barrow who will present his Faraday Prize winning talk ‘Every Picture Tells a Story’. John Barrow is the best selling author of such books as The Artful Universe and Cosmic Imagery: Key Images in the History of Science.
The final speaker is Prof. Gerry Gilmore, one of the world’s leading astronomers and Professor of Experimental Philosophy, who will explore the relationship between art and astronomy.
The talks will take place from 6.00pm onwards in the Wolfson Lecture Theatre in the Centre for Mathematical Sciences, Wilberforce Road, Cambridge. The event is FREE to the public and seats will be allocated on a first come first served basis. The lecture theatre will be open from 5.15pm. Arrive early to ensure a good seat.
Don’t miss this fantastic opportunity to see the futuristic maths department of Cambridge University and mingle with some of the greatest minds in the Cosmos!
SCIENAR is a trans-European project that aims to broaden the appeal of science and mathematics by placing them within an accessible artistic and historical context as part of the main-stream European cultural tradition.