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Science Gallery Bengaluru invites you to their first exhibition-season called SUBMERGE. SUBMERGE explores our collective experience of water in everyday life and reflect on the future challenges we confront.
This 45-day exhibition-season is free for all and targeted towards young adults in the city. It showcases what could happen if geologists, hydrologists, artists, civil engineers, ecologists, social scientists, oceanographers, historians, and storytellers, among others, came together to share and create knowledge about water to critically examine current issues and identify better futures.
SUBMERGE features 12 transdisciplinary exhibits that look at water beyond being just a resource and explore our relationship with it on this planet. The exhibition-season is packed with workshops, lectures,
master classes, and events that invite you to explore what water is, why it is a weird substance, why we might love it, and therefore how might we, in different ways, care for it.
It also features ‘H2O Today’ a popular travelling exhibition from the Smithsonian Institution and the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service (SITES), which was brought to Bengaluru with the support of the US Consulate.
Explore SUBMERGE and sign up for the programmes at http://bit.ly/SGBsubmerge
SUBMERGE runs from 15 December 2019 to 30 January 2020 every day Monday to Friday – 13:00 to 21:00
Saturday and Sunday – 11:00 to 21:00
About Science Gallery Bengaluru:
Science Gallery Bengaluru (SGB) is being developed with the founding support of the Government of Karnataka and its academic partners – Indian Institute of Science, National Centre for Biological Sciences and Srishti Institute of Art, Design and Technology. It is a dynamic new space for engaging young adults at the interface between the natural and human sciences, and the arts, through a roster of experimental spaces, exhibitions, educational workshops, training programmes, and public events. SGB is a member of the global Science Gallery network pioneered by Trinity College Dublin.