This one-night Café Scientifique will dazzle audiences with an array of art and science collaborations at the Bleeding Heart Café. For the price of a glass of wine, anyone can come by and explore exquisite combinations of art and science through inspiring talks and exhibitions. It will entice, inspire and beguile you!

This event will be hosted by a group of UQ Science Communication Students as part of their science communication studies.

Supported by Inspiring Australia (QLD) & Australian Science Communicators

Event Details

Date: Thursday 19 June, 2014
When: 6:30 – 8:30pm
Where: Bleeding Heart Café, 166 Ann Street, Brisbane City

Who: With presentations by Dr Amelia Barikin, Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the University of Queensland, Gary Cranitch, Award winning photographer at the Queensland Museum, Svenja Kratz, Contemporary artist and Allison Holland, Lecturer in Art History at the University of Queensland. Special exhibitions by Renata Busiak, Photographic artist, Luke Hammond, Neuroscience Microscopy Facility Manager at Queensland Brain Institute and Dr Margaret Wegener, Researcher at the University of Queensland.

What: The gallery doors are open and you are invited to explore beautiful, inspiring and emotive collections of artistic science, hear from expert speakers as they take you on a journey through the history and contemporary field of the blend of art and science. Wander from biomedical imagery to biochromes, and physics inspired silversmithing to underwater photography, the realm of imagination is endless. This is a ticketed event but places are limited. Book now so you don't miss out!

Cost: $10 (Includes complimentary drink)