Back to School and Science Cultural Center C3 proposes a cultural program for the public to find the best shows for the weekend. Continuing this month is the Science Park science fair for the whole family, programming workshops and new technologies, and visits discussed at Lugar a Dudas; As a novelty, workshops on the ocean and biodiversity. Entry is free and free, and activities require pre-registration or ticket reservations C3 websiteExcept for the science fair. C3 is located at Godoy Cruz 2270, Palermo, CABA, and Science Park is on the same property.
Exhibit in Science Park
Saturdays, March 5th and 12th, from 4:00 pm to 7:00 pm. all ages. This activity does not require prior registration. Canceled due to rain.
The exhibition that brings together science experiments, readings and games continues in different posts, and also celebrates Working Women’s Day with the scientific friends of C3. What will you find? Rainbow Lab Experiments to reflect on human impact, environmental change and ocean health; interactive experiences of sea dominoes, memotest and giant bubbles; Among other proposals.
also , Saturday 12 March There will be the following conversations:
17 hours | Design with mushrooms. By Anna Laura Cantera
Growing organisms through the cooperation of the kingdom of fungi sounds like science fiction, however, the sustainable technology of growing muscularis with live fungi is expanding by leaps and bounds. Its properties will be discussed.
6:15 PM | live fungal brick shelter
Evolution of biomaterials with living organisms: mycorrhizal fungi. Architecture studio, Superpraxis, will talk about experimenting with the fungal shelter, an ephemeral rapid installation implemented under an experimental biotechnology research and development project, resulting from biomaterial produced from organic waste (discarded from beer production) and the incorporation of an organism It belongs to the kingdom Fungi, the fungi. This initiative aims to rethink the ways we approach the environment and the human and non-human diversity that inhabits it in terms of an ecosystem.
place of invention
Saturday, March 12, 19 and 26, 5:00 PM by C3 + Chicos.net. Recommended from 8 to 11 years old.
“Place of Invention” is C3’s well-known manufacturing space that seeks to introduce children to new technologies guided by a team of inventors: robotics, programming, audiovisual production, and 3D printing. Boys and girls will also be able to implement their own projects that combine science, art and technology. Bah, electronic art!
for whales to sing
Sunday 20, 3:00 pm and 5:00 pm by Belen Passombrio. Recommended for two age groups.
What is the importance of the ocean? However, sometimes words are not enough to explain why. This workshop is the perfect space to learn, through games and art, about ocean pollution, its existence (sometimes ‘invisible’), its impact on human life, marine biodiversity, and how we can do to conserve it. Two schedules: 15 hours for audiences 5-7 years old and 17 hours 8-11 years old.
Taking advantage of the theme, the immersive exhibition continues Ocean. turn blue Which is reflected in the ocean culture and its important awareness of life, environment and human being. It covers 450 square meters in four conceptual axes (climate change, pollution, biodiversity, human dimension) and 20 digital and analog devices. Scholars from all over the country, in collaboration with relevant organizations and institutions, the Pampa Azul Initiative – along with the C3- team participated in the exhibition. When do you visit? From Friday to Sunday, from 12 to 19 hours. Reservation of the ticket is required at C3 website.
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Hits happen to Lugar a Dudas
Every Friday, Saturday and Sunday in March. Recommended from the age of 7 years.
Visits continue to rooms a place of doubt: Fridays 4:30 p.m. The tour is in the information room and time; Saturday and Sunday, 3:00 pm, in the El Azar room (recommended for ages 10 and up) and 4:30 pm in La Información and El Tiempo.
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