Lates at the Natural History Museum

Lates at the Natural History Museum

This event has finished Took place on: Friday, 27th Oct 2017

This month at Lates explore the different ways that science and nature can and has been shared with the world over the generations.

From television to poetry, animation to photography, come and discover how people engage with science and the natural world from early victorian naturalists to the latest citizen science.
Pop-up science stations

Citizen Science Zone: Explore a range of projects about the natural world that you can get involved in, from Earthworm Watch to the Big Seaweed Search.

Animation with Sydney Padua: Animator and graphic novelist Sydney Padua will demonstrate some of the techniques she uses to bring 19th century illustrations to life through animation.

Magic Lantern: Victorian science historian Dr Geoff Belknap will demonstrate Magic Lanterns – early projectors of moving images that stunned Victorian audiences.

Poetry with Don Paterson: Scottish poet Don Paterson, along with his pianist Steve Hamilton, will perform a unique recital live in the Museum.

Cost: Free of Charge

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2017-10-27 2017-10-27 Europe/London Lates at the Natural History Museum This month at Lates explore the different ways that science and nature can and has been shared with the world over the generations. Natural History Museum,Cromwell Road, London, London,

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