From CERN to school: Art in scientific thinking
On Monday 21 March at 5:15pm CET, join Head of Arts at CERN Mónica Bello and photographer Armin Linke for the online discussion From CERN to school: art in scientific thinking.
Can art foster innovation in scientific research? How do encounters between artists and scientists influence creative processes?
On Monday 21 March at 5:15pm CET, join Head of Arts at CERN Mónica Bello and photographer Armin Linke for the online discussion From CERN to school: art in scientific thinking. Taking as the starting point these past ten years of work of Arts at CERN, the discussion will explore the influence of art in the development of scientific research and thought. The meeting will be introduced by Antonio Danieli, Vice-President and General Manager of Fondazione Golinelli and moderated by Alessandro Saracino, Program Manager of Educational and Technological Innovation of Fondazione Golinelli.
The event is part of the series of four free webinars, From CERN to school: new horizons of knowledge, dedicated to the world of education to rethink teaching in a multidisciplinary way and explore new horizons of knowledge. The following panel discussions include:
28 March, 5:15pm CET: CERN IdeaSquare: fostering collaboration and ideas
4 April, 5:15pm: New challenges for science communication
12 April, 5:15pm: Data, networks and computing power: research for the future
The sessions are promoted by CERN's Italian Teacher Programmes and Fondazione Golinelli, with the support of the Ministry of Education of Italy. The events are dedicated to teachers and the public.
Main image: CERN (European Organization for Nuclear Research), computer rooms, 2000 Geneva, Switzerland © Armin Linke, 2000