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E.g., 2023-06-07
Other 30 November 2022 - 1 December 2022
Toulouse, France

The Ecsite Space group will be meeting in Toulouse, France, on 30 November and 1 December 2022.
Join us for the pleasure of seeing each other in person and sharing information, passion, resources, ideas on space and its communication to the public!
The Space Group Annual meeting is open to all professionals interested in communicating to the public space research, science, and technology. You do not need to be an Ecsite member.

Workshop 8 July 2022
Athens, Greece

Explore the potential of the Living Lab approach for supporting the school of tomorrow, developing health innovation, and promoting sustainability and resilience in modern societies with citizens as active co-creators of solutions. The Schools As Living Labs project is convening a high-level roundtable to explore how co-creation can be an answer to Europe's biggest challenges.

International conference 2 June 2022

The Space Group is part of the #ecsite2022 conference!

Workshop 1 June 2022

The Space Group is part of #ecsite2022 in Heilbronn on 1 June!

Other 30 March 2022

Get more in-depth into chosen topics and questions from the former sessions.

Other 23 March 2022

Meet Michael Bromley, our guest for this third session on participatory art.

Other 16 March 2022

This session will discuss art as a field allowing voices to speak up and offering opportunities for others to listen, meet our guest Michael Bradke.

Other 9 March 2022

Meet our first guest, Bruno Ruganzu, a multimedia artist known for his work of transforming waste into interactive Art installations.

Other 15 December 2021

Programme for Week 4

Jen Wong (Guerilla Science) will present a case study of engaging the public with space science through the ‘Intergalactic Travel Bureau’ an immersive theatrical experience, staged as part of mainstream public festivals and events. The presentation of Intergalactic Travel Bureau will be followed by a moderated audience Q+A.

Other 1 December 2021

Programme for Week 3

Keynote speakers in Session 3 include Professor Henk Hoekstra (Leiden University), and artist Thijs Biersteker (Woven Studio), who will present a case study of their artist-scientist collaboration to develop an installation to represent the behaviour of the mysterious and elusive dark matter. This will be followed by a moderated audience Q+A.


Digital Spokes magazine

Spokes is the monthly magazine of Ecsite, the European network of science centres and museums. Hear the latest news from European science engagement, go further with in-depth features and make the most of the good reads, events and opportunities shared by Ecsite members.

Spokes magazine #75, April 2022

IN DEPTH: From place to space : libraries and civic engagement by A. Vanautgaerden

LOOKOUT: Tinkering for learning, equity, and social inclusion

COLUMN: Time to pause and reflect on Spokes by C. Franche & M. Xanthoudaki


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