Science in the CityFri Sep 27th 2019
Malta, Triton Fountain, Malta, Valletta City https://www.myguidemalta.com/events/science-in-the-city VISIT WEBSITE
Science in the City is overflowing with art-infused science, bringing the newest research to you in ways you never would have imagined. Come to experience this year’s festival themed ‘The Science of YOU’ and learn how research impacts each and every one of us in our daily lives.
Science in the City transforms Valletta. The festival has changed location from Republic Street to Triton Fountain, Castille Square and City Gate.
There are specific events for all ages (children, teens, youths & adults) and something for everyone. If you cannot figure it out, just send us a msg.
As part of this year’s theme we will have one-off acts that include measuring your creativity in a jazz jamming session, dancing by Moveo Dance company to raise awareness about neurodiversity on ZAAR Crowdfunding Malta called “Diversely Typical”, a performance about bats where you get to decide their fate, a digital area full of AR and VR experiences and new digital games created solely for the festival, a treasure hunt and “Spherical”, a 4m high illuminated glass installation by Louis Briffa reflecting Artificial Intelligence, Biotechnology, Cloud Computing, Blockchain and Nanotechnology.
Triton Square will host interactive activities related to health, and digital sciences, but will also house the largest stage of the festival. On the Stages, magician OMG Magic by Gwilym Bugeja, will present his magic show on “Communication, Psychology & Subconscious Influences”, these are all things that marketers use to promote their product and& services to YOU. He will break down these marketing principles and explain them through magic. Esplora Interactive Science Centre will stage “Body Wonders” to uncover all the nasty truths about YOUR digestive system. WARNING: This show will definitely make you giggle. Also, on the main stage, the children of Zebbug Primary, with the guidance of More or Less Theatre and the scientific input of Ing. Anthea Agius Anastasi and Ing. Mary Grace Micallef, will perform their theatrical piece, “What Superheroes are made of” — funded by Kreattiv.
So come to Valletta, participate, and be part of the experiment!
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