Superposition: physicists and artists in conversation

Two weeks left....

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There are only two weeks left to see Covariance at the London Canal Museum as we close on Sunday 20 October. The final tours are being booked up, so grab your chance to see it and book online in advance.

We also have some tickets available for our second In Conversation event on Thursday 17 October. We will be opening the doors after hours and giving you the opportunity to see the artwork and hear Lyndall and Ben talk about their research and work together.

The In Conversation is likely to be busy, so please do book your place if you want to join us for this special event.

 

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Late Night Opening

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Due to popular demand we're extending our opening hours of Covariance on Thursday 3 October 2013 and will be running tours until 7 p.m. Find out more and book your tour in advance via our bookings page.

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Bookings now open

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We are excited to announce that Superposition will be open to the public at the London Canal Museum on Thursday afternoons, Saturdays and Sundays from 24 August to 20 October 2013.

To see Superposition up close you will need to climb down two fixed ladders into the underground Victorian ice well. A guided tour to descend into the well will be available every 20 minutes. It is advisable that you book in advance, but places may also be available on the day. Please see our bookings page to make your booking and to find out more about visiting the London Canal Museum.

 

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ACE news

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We’ve had some very welcome news - Superposition has been awarded Arts Council England funding. Not only will this research and development grant strengthen the current project, but it will also enable us to explore future possibilities of how we can work with artists to engage new audiences with contemporary physics.


Superposition continues to gather momentum and we’ve been busy behind the scenes sorting out issues such as how to get the artwork into the venue, and do we have enough hard hats….. we’re going subterranean!


Liz (Project Manager, Superposition)

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