Science&Art@School

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Science&Art@School is an education and outreach initiative organized world-wide by the CMS collaboration at CERN.In March 2017, on the occasion of the exhibition The beginning of everything. About galaxies, quarks and collisions, workshops for schools were organized at NHM Vienna. Lectures in particle physics and insights into scientific methodology were given, as well as a guided tour through the exhibition. Michael Hoch, a scientist and artist working at CERN, inspired the students to approach these complex scientific topics from a creative angle.Assisted by their art and physics teachers, the students continued their work in the classroom and produced a wealth of different interpretations of particle physics.  The creative output of this project will be displayed in the lecture hall of the NHM Vienna from June 10 to 12, 2017.RG/ORG 23 Antonkriegergasse WienDiefenbachgymnasium WienBG 13 Fichtnergasse WienGRG 5 Haydn-Realgymnasium WienPrivatgymnasium der Herz-Jesu-Missionare SalzburgBAfEP Sacré Coeur Pressbaum

Selection of further exhibitions in: Austria

29.01.2016 - 26.06.2026
Albertina Museum Wien
Albertinaplatz 1
Wien

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03.07.2019 - 18.10.2020
Kunsthaus Graz - Universalmuseum Joanneum
Lendkai 1
Graz

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02.10.2020 - 10.01.2021
Lentos Kunstmuseum Linz
Ernst-Koref-Promenade 1
Linz

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16.10.2020 - 10.01.2021
Lentos Kunstmuseum Linz
Ernst-Koref-Promenade 1
Linz

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Science&Art@School NHM - Naturhistorisches Museum Wien Main address: NHM - Naturhistorisches Museum Wien Burgring 7 1010 Vienna, Austria NHM - Naturhistorisches Museum Wien Burgring 7 1010 Vienna, Austria Science&Art@School is an education and outreach initiative organized world-wide by the CMS collaboration at CERN.In March 2017, on the occasion of the exhibition The beginning of everything. About galaxies, quarks and collisions, workshops for schools were organized at NHM Vienna. Lectures in particle physics and insights into scientific methodology were given, as well as a guided tour through the exhibition. Michael Hoch, a scientist and artist working at CERN, inspired the students to approach these complex scientific topics from a creative angle.Assisted by their art and physics teachers, the students continued their work in the classroom and produced a wealth of different interpretations of particle physics.  The creative output of this project will be displayed in the lecture hall of the NHM Vienna from June 10 to 12, 2017.RG/ORG 23 Antonkriegergasse WienDiefenbachgymnasium WienBG 13 Fichtnergasse WienGRG 5 Haydn-Realgymnasium WienPrivatgymnasium der Herz-Jesu-Missionare SalzburgBAfEP Sacré Coeur Pressbaum Book tickets