ASMbly Lab has landed in Leeds
ASMbly Lab has landed in Leeds.
A curious mixture of interactive science museum, laboratory and studio space, supported by LeedsBID and Arts Council England's Grants for the Arts, it is taking residence in the St John's Centre (first floor) from 26th July-5th August.
This exciting 12 day arts, science and maker festival offers a range of hands-on activities and workshops for all ages. So if you are interested in performing brain surgery on toys, printing with sunlight or seeing gravity make sound then ASMbly 2017 is for you.
The festival workshop programme includes a diverse range of exciting events such as perfume making workshops, rainbow badge workshops, Minecraft coding, Frankentoys, maker Games, PatternCraft and The Art and Science of Shadow Puppets. Live Lab projects include Memory of Form, In Transition (Quantum Mechanics and Gravity kinetic sculpture), Fluid Sculptures, Remaking the Stethoscope, Ice form project and Sculpting with Light.
Martin Dickson, LeedsBID's Head of Marketing, Brand and Communication, said: "This is a wonderful collaboration of art and science, bringing together bright and talented minds, and attracting artists and scientists from around the UK to the centre of Leeds. Its presence in the city showcases Leeds' strength in continuing to bringing new and creative attractions to its events calendar."
Susan Mendoza, Centre Manager of St Johns Centre , said :" We are thrilled to be involved in and able to support ASMbly 2017. The wide range of free workshops offer a balance of fun and education to everyone and allow the exploration of the similarities between science and art.
The full programme of events, talks and workshops is available at www.thesuperposition.org