Discovery Day

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Eureka Screen

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Fusion Gallery

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GSU Science Open House highlights science, art, and math with a majors fair, hands-on activities, and films on our giant Viz Wall – fun for all ages, especially college applicants or transfers. The Bio-Bus will be parked outside of Petit Science Center to present a sampler of the science activities we take to K-12 schools , libraries and community groups 11 months of the year. At the Edgewood Sculpture Studio, feel the excitement of a hot iron pour into your mold.

Georgia State University will present four full evenings, Tuesday 3/25- Friday 3/28, of science video screenings from filmmakers all over the world. Each program will focus on a different theme including: The Natural World, The Human Condition, Our Technological Future, Science and Society, and Beyond Earth. Between presentations GSU Science Faculty and filmmakers will offer insights into the films’ subject matter and its production.

The Fusion Gallery at 100 Auburn Avenue explores science in art and art in science, through this year’s show, “The Sound of Art”. Join us opening night to hear drawings emerge, see drawings created from sound stimuli, and participate in collaborative art-making with known artists. A gallery store, Crowd Art purchases, and your donations will fund art and science student scholarships. Opening remarks by curator, and exhibiting artist, Craig Dongoski.

An Evening with the Science Channel

Join us for an exciting evening with The Science Channel! We will screen a new episode of the hit series, “Through the Wormhole,” and be guided on a tour behind the scenes by the show’s Executive Producer, James Younger, and VP of Production for the Science Channel, Bernadette McDaid. This event is free, open to the public, and suitable for 13+ audiences.