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Hack Circus

Writer, maker and circus master Leila Johnston’s quarterly magazine and event series Hack Circus 'For Makers, Players & Explorers' celebrates and questions the union of art, science and technology as well as delving into questions of how stuff works and how things ...

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(S)potted: Sublime & Ridiculous

Interactive theatre company Sublime & Ridiculous combine storytelling and innovative technology to explore the intersection that exits between art and science with a focus on inspiring empathy and understanding across cultural and social boundaries. Their ongoing project 'In My Shoes' ...

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(S)potted: Republic of the Moon

The moon has been intriguing and mysterious to humans since time began and although it's been 4 decades since Niel Armstrong took his giant leap for mankind, we all still seem to be fascinated by this glowing globe in the sky. London based arts organsiation Arts ...

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(S)potted: A ‘bring your city to life’ makethon

Technology Will Save Us and littleBits get together on Saturday for the Global Makethon day around the theme 'Bring your city to life'. The idea is to get people off their computer screens and get their hands dirty with easy-to-use technology kits. ...

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(S)potted: SuperLAB

SuperLAB mixes science and art to explore the science of comic books, from how science and art influence each other to whether the super abilities conjured up from comic books and science fiction can soon become a reality. The faces behind SuperLAB consist of a mixture of post-doctoral and PhD ...

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