Bringing STEAM into Hulme is a 2 month series of STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Maths) workshops that celebrate the creativity of arts and sciences in a local setting. Sessions range of sketching local wildlife to making instruments from e-junk and they are free to attend.
We also invite participants and local tinkerers to showcase their own creative STEAM projects, and pitch for small pots of funding, at Hulme’s first local maker faire on 22 July.
Urban wildlife: an arty exploration – Sat 27 May, 2-5pm
Wildlife walk and sketching workshop, with Prof Amanda Bamford and Greta Santagata
Chemists, druggists and beer doctors – Wed 7 June, 6-8pm
Chemicals in 19th century brewing
Art and science critical forum with Dr James Sumner and Soul Doubt Brewery
Art and Science Critical Forum – Wed 28 June, 6-8pm
Talks and discussions at the edge of art & science with Annie Carpenter
Scavengers: making robotic noise instruments – Wed 5 July 6-8pm
Upcycle e-junk and make instruments with Steve Summers (Noisy Toys)
Local maker faire – Sat 22 July, 2-5pm
Open invitation to show projects and tinkerings
Pitch competition for seed corn funding
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Posted on behalf of Jana Wendler, Researcher and game designer, School of Environment, Education and Development. The University of Manchester