We are surrounded by invisible substance such as radio waves, pollen, atmosphere and air. Art and music students of Kyoto City University of Arts and natural science and humanities students of Kyoto University harness the power of technology to capture and exhibit them as Things Invisible to The Eye. In addition, a workshop will be held to consider those invisible aspects of the world around us.
- Dates and Hours
- 2020.3.7 (Sat) ~ 3.9 (Mon) 11:00 ~ 18:00
* Closes at 16:00 on 3.9 (Mon)
- Kyoto University Tachibana Domitory
- Kyoto City University of Arts / Kyoto university
- Open to all
- Ticket and Price
- Natural Science Lab, Kyoto City University of Arts / The Light Unit for the Liaison between Science and Art, Kyoto University
Considering about the invisible substance surrounding us that is unseen to our eyes.
* Further information will be announced on our website later.
- Date and Hours : 2020.3.8 (Sun) 13:00 ~ 16:00
- Venue : Kyoto University Tachibana Domitory
- Audience : Open to all
- Ticket and Price : Free
- Booking : Required (Seats are offered on a first-come-first-served basis. Some seats are available at the door on the day.)
- How to Book : Arts × Science Workshop Executive Committee
- Booking Opens : January 9 (Thu)~March 7 (Sat)
- Seats : 15 seats
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