Exist Insight ISSUE 12

Come and explore what happens when we combine Art, Science and Technology at the ExIST STEAMM Show

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Added: 14 November 2019

Join ExIST (Exeter Initiative for Science & Technology) for on Wednesday 4th December 2019 for a special Christmas event at Exeter School of Art

The ExIST STEAMM Show will be an interactive exhibition of commercial, research and creative projects from the region which combine arts, sciences and technology.

The event will also feature thought-provoking short talks from a range of speakers about the importance of combining different disciplines and the value of creative industries to the region.

Experience cutting edge projects from artists and institutions from across the region, including Kaleider, the South West Creative Technology NetworkFabLab DevonPlymouth College of Art and University of Plymouth's i-DAT research lab.

Join us for an evening exploring how the creative arts and STEMM skills can be combined to support many different sectors.

Festive refreshments will be provided.

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