SCIENCE AND ART IN CONVERSATION SYDNEY SCIENCE FESTIVAL
Art Science Public talk with Drinks
15 August 2019 6-8pm / $5.50 inc get event is fully booked
The Sydney Science Festival 2019 is underway and CULTURE AT WORK shares the stories of artists and scientists who have collaborated in art-science Residencies over the past decade.
Science and Art in Conversation will be held on Thursday 15th August 6-8pm.
Laura Jade Hindes
Lea Kannar -Lichtenberger
Dr David Gallego-Ortega Garvan Institute
Dr Robert Baker University of Sydney
STEAM FAMILY WORKSHOPS LAST SUNDAY Each month – FREE
Art Science STEAM workshop for children accompanied by parents or grandparents,
28 May 2019 Sun 9am-10am / FREE
STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art & Math) Workshops
Magformers make amazing constructions: Magically they click together to enable small hands to building sturdy creations. Come along with your kids or grandchildren to join the fun. A one hour free workshop with artist and scientists to help you with your making.
Come along and check out the new equipment that we have set up in our Maker Space.
The Maker Space will have school holiday paid programs on offer.
CULTURE AT WORK 2019 SPONSOR – THE STAR
Last Sunday each month 9-10am / FREE
CULTURE AT WORK is grateful for the support of a 2019 community grant from The Star.
Our family workshops are designed to bring the whole family and extended family together to play and create, experiment using a range of great play materials including Magformers, Little Bits, Lego and craft. CULTURE AT WORK is 10 years old this year on 24 Feb 2019.
Our education program is based on the theoretical framework of Lev Vygotsky, a Russian psychologist and amazing thinker. He observed children learning incrementally from engaging with another person. This process is called the Zone of Proximal Development or the ZPD. CULTURE AT WORK bases its programs and residencies on the work of Lev Vygotsky. That is why we invite parents and grandparents to come and learn and play with children and grandchildren. We can all learn from each other. Come and PLAY!
Entropy an exhibition by Lisa Tolcher and Marta Ferracin
Art Science Residency
3-17 Nov 2018 / Free entry
Entropy is a collaborative art-science residency project at CULTURE AT WORK in 2018 by Marta Ferracin and Lisa Tolcher. The artists have undertaken research in the fields of art and chemistry engaging with the processes of life and decay – taking over CULTURE AT WORK and its galleries and courtyard.
Art-Science Residencies 2019 – OPEN NOW
Applications close March 31 March 2019
CULTURE AT WORK 2019 Art-Science Residency Program is calling for applications NOW!
CREATIVE GALAXIES: SPACE + DATA + COMPOSITION
CULTURE AT WORK’S NEW INNOVATIVE EDUCATION PROGRAM
Delivered by experts in space science, the program introduces the concept of “big data” using stage 3 curriculum: Earth and Space.
CULTURE AT WORK Artist in Residence 2016 Helen Amanatiadis
ART SCIENCE RESIDENCY 2016
19 NOV 2016 2-5PM LAUNCH EVENT / FREE
Helen Amanatiadis’ practice explores the spaces we inhabit – physical, virtual and also spiritual. The space we inhabit is no longer primarily architectural but virtual, to which we are bound via a device permanently attached to our physical body.
Jennie Feyen 2016 CULTURE AT WORK Artist in Residence
Public Talk & Drinks 6-8pm Thur 15 Dec
Exhibition 11-4pm Fr 16, Sat 17, Sun 18 Dec 11-4 / FREE
Jennie Feyen is currently in a 2016 Art-Science Residency at CULTURE AT WORK. Beneath The Surface is an art-science hybrid film that presents the ocean as a sophisticated life force and incorporate the scientific findings of Sydney-based researchers in marine ecology and coastal urbanisation.
Anna Matson Exhibition Launch Saturday 24 September 2pm to 4pm
Saturday 24 September 2-4pm / FREE
Anna Matson exhibition launch at CULTURE AT WORK this Saturday 24 September 2-4pm – free event. Anna is a student at the National Art School. Anna was a student at CULTURE AT WORK’s art science G6 Teen program supported by State Street.