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Art and Science Workshop: 18th February

16/12/2019

Earlier this year a team of researchers from the University of Wolverhampton were awarded funds to join the STARTS Prize initiative coordinated by Ars Electronica on behalf of the European Commission.

The multidisciplinary team of researchers from the University of Wolverhampton are Dr Denise Doyle (Project Lead), Dr Richard Glover, Dr Martin Khechara, Professor Sebastian Groes and Dr Roya Rahimi.

Together, the team will be ‘Identifying Successful STARTS Methodologies’ in projects recognised by the Prize, and will be hosting a number of events including seminars, pop ups and workshops throughout the year to spread the word of the Prize and to support relationships between art, technology and science.

START’S purpose is to support collaborations between artists, scientists, engineers and researchers to develop creative, inclusive, and sustainable artworks. Inspired by this, the team will be hosting a workshop on the 18th February from 10am-12 noon, for up to 10 students across the School of Art to have the chance to become inspired by Science!

Students will get the chance to grow a number of weird and wonderful scientific substances, which can then inspire your artwork in whatever way you like! So get in touch via the email below to book, don your white coat, and let’s be inspired by Science!

18th February 10am-12noon

Email your name and subject to startseu@wlv.ac.uk to book

For more information about the STARTS Prize visit the website.

For more information please contact the Corporate Communications Team.

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