As in previous years, the authorities Cultural Science Centre (C3) from Buenos Aires has presented a series of free activities, aimed at boys and girls from 8 to 12 years old, who seek to awaken and encourage scientific curiosity.
“For the month of January, we launched what we call ‘science clubs’ with renewed themes,” he said. Profile personly Florence Badaracco, coordinator C3 cultural programming. According to Badarako, “These are fun workshops to make the afternoon fun and creative.”
These new workshops, which take place in C3, which are located in buildings Ministry de Ciencia de Nación, the show is scheduled to start from the second week of January. And each one will invite children to delve into different universes that unite science, technology and art. Thus, it will be possible to make a workshop for electric lutherie Made of piezoelectric materials and recyclable elements. You can also learn Basics of 3D printing With biodegradable components. There will also be a workshop to teach the basics Video shooting about everyday things. Finally, music lovers will be able to experiment with using synthesizers, samplers, sequencers, mids and loops to kickstart their music. electronic music.
to To facilitate Attendance Each workshop will consist of: Three meetings will be held during the month of January, But their “classes” – which last one hour – are independent of each other so that anyone can do the activity independently. These workshops will take place on Thursdays and Fridays in January and do not require children to bring any items.
In addition, starting January 14, C3 will open the “reading point” To enjoy the science stories of writers who will invite the youngest to join in reading and writing poetry inspired by the collection of stories and books from Lee Ciencia, Lee Futuro. These activities will take place on Saturday and Sunday at 5:00 pm, and all of this is paired with the C3’s permanent museum and its traditional laboratories.
Badarako suggested that those interested I write With stay tuned by C3 website (http://c3.mincyt.gob.ar) before attending, although some places are usually saved to save on auto-ordering.
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