Emergence In Motion: Dancing With Evolution

Emergence In Motion: Dancing With Evolution

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The Atlanta Science Festival is coming to The Space! Come to The Space for an art infused afternoon of science! Watch acrobats hanging from the air on a giant double helix to explain concepts of chemical evolution, dancers performing with interactive robots to show different aspects of technology, and lectures on each topic to tie it all together. This is a family friendly event that will excite people of all ages scientific backgrounds. The event will feature: McKinley MacLean and Constance Echo Palmer on the Double Helix Uma Nagendra and her dancers from CANOPY STUDIO A technology infused dance piece choreographed by Morgan Carlisle Thompson featuring Shawny Evans and Jacqueline Woo This event is open to the public! Saturday, March 21 at 8pm Sunday, March 22 and 3pm More info: http://atlantasciencefestival.org/events/event/1020 Emergence in Motion is jointly supported by the NSF and the NASA Astrobiology Program, under the NSF Center for Chemical Evolution, CHE-1004570

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