C3 Cultural Center for Science launches summer science clubs

New year, new summer activities. In January, the C3 Cultural Science Center launched science clubs with renewed themes aimed at boys and girls from 8 to 12 years old. These are fun workshops so that the evening will be fun and creative at the hands of the workshop leaders who will invite you to delve into the world of the electric lottery with recyclable materials; 3D printing from biodegradable materials; video mapping of everyday objects and experimentation with composites, take samplesAnd the sequencersAnd the midis s episodes and electronic music. In addition, a Reading Point will be available to enjoy Stories with Science by writers, who will invite you to join in reading and writing poetry inspired by the Read Science, Read the Future collection of stories and books. Beginning January 5, C3 will be open Thursday through Sunday from 12-7pm, with free entry. To register, go to web; “Reading Point” does not require prior registration.

Summer afternoons at C3

# Science clubs (with prior registration)
Recommended for boys and girls from 8 to 12 years old. The duration of the workshops is one hour and will be dedicated to:

– “Piezoelectric tanks”
Thursday, January 12, 19, and 26, at 4:00 pm, by musician Julio Nosdio.

In this club, gadgets from recyclable materials and contact microphones will be created. These devices convert the vibrations of objects into electrical signals that can be amplified as sound. They will have meetings to investigate the lutherie, their microsounds and signal processing.

– “3D printers”
Friday January 13th, 20th, and 27th at 4:00 PM in charge of EMC Robotics

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A space to learn about the stages of the process involved in 3D printing. A space to create experimental games, rules and print cards using biodegradable materials.

– Science Club “Cartography of Everyday Objects”
Thursday, January 12, 19, and 26, at 5:00 p.m. Responsible for audiovisual designer Barbara Weinman.

A workshop to discover the tools needed when making video mapping with everyday objects, those at hand.

– Scientific Club “Batat Artists”
Friday January 13th, 20th and 27th at 5:00 pm by musician Javier Mendieta.

A space designed so that boys and girls can experiment with synthesizers, take samplesAnd the sequencersAnd the midisAnd the episodes and the creative possibilities of electronic music.

# C3 point reading
Starting January 14, every Saturday and Sunday at 5:00 p.m.

Writers and narrators Flor Codagnoni, Jimena Blixen and Mahia Corradini will invite the public to read and write poetry inspired by the collection of stories and books in the program “Lee Ciencia, Lee Futuro”, which aims to popularize scholarly readings for boys and girls, adolescents and young adults. “C3 Reading Point” is a meeting place that seeks to connect the pleasure of reading and the admiration for science in childhood and youth. You can find various publications and texts that are part of the “Read Science” programme. Read the Future”; plus episodes of the “Listen to Science” podcast.

# More suggestions
In addition, among all these proposals there is also a permanent exhibition “place of doubts”, the inspiring project that gave rise to C3, and the three rooms that make it up, El Azar, El Tiempo and La Información, which deal with topics of scientific interest through interactive modules; the “visits discussed”a participatory tour led by the C3 Education team through the ‘Lugar a Dudas’ rooms and “Zoom to the sea”a C3 lab that dives into the wonders of the ocean to explore marine biodiversity.

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