- THE CRUCIBLE – Where scientists meet artists, Thursday 9th October, 6.30 – 8.30 2014 - CHANGING FACES EVENT at the Gordon Museum of Pathology Portrait artist Diarmuid Kelley and leading facial plastic surgeon Charles Nduka talk about their work, how they view the human face and the ethics involved with changing identity. The talks will be followed by discussion, chaired by the director of the Science Gallery Dr Daniel Glaser.
- THE CRUCIBLE – Where scientists meet artists, 11th October, 2013 - Friday,11th October 2013, 6.30pm – 8.30pm Kirkaldy Testing Museum, Southwark Street, London SE1 OJF A Dennis Rosen Trust event in collaboration with MERGE Festival 2013 The evening included a talk by artist James Capper who was the artist in residence at the Kirkaldy Testing Museum.
- The Exquisite Corpse Will Drink The Young Wine, 2012 - New site-specific performance as part of MERGE 2012 by Fiona Banner and Viv Albertine with Origamibiro, The Joy of Box, Steve Beresford, James McArthur and a male voice choir Wednesday, 17th October 2013 7pm-8.30pm The Borough Welsh Congregational Chapel, 90 Southwark Bridge Road, London, SE1 0EX The Exquisite Corpse Will Drink The Young Wine, 2012’ […]
- THE CRUCIBLE I – Where scientists meet artists, 17th November, 2011 - 17th November 2011 6.30pm NEO Bankside, Pavillon A, 50 Holland Street, London, SE1 9FU The Dennis Rosen Trust and the New Scientist brought together people from both the art and science world for an evening of discussion, debate, idea sharing and networking with guest speaker Patrick Tresset.
- Eric Schmidt – MacTaggart Lecture, 2011 - Eric Schmidt – MacTaggart Lecture 2011 Eric Schmidt, the Chairman of Google, calls for more communication and contact between artists and scientists – read his full speechgiven at the prestigious MacTaggart Lecture on 26 August 2011
- In the company of animals – Olly & Suzi, Tony Fitzjohn, Dr Dawn Hawkins, 2005 - At the most recent event in partnership with the Ri, as part of its RiArt programme, acclaimed artists Olly & Suzi, conservationist Tony Fitzjohn and animal behaviourist Dawn Hawkins, explored how each of them conceive of the animals they work with. Addressing questions as varied as the purpose and benefits of their work, and are […]
- Trustees issue letter in support of Critical Art Ensemble, 8th November, 2004 - Trustees issue letter in support of Critical Art Ensemble On 8 November 2004, the trustees agreed to issue a letter in support of Professor Steven Kurtz of the Critical Art Ensemble , and Professor Ferrell, who are currently under investigation in the USA for their activities in relation to Professor Kurtz’s science-art practice.
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