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Guiding Lights - 16 May 2022

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Join the London Institute for Advanced Light Technologies to celebrate the International Day of Light and International Year of Glass at the Science Gallery London.

Listen to an inspiring keynote from physicist and author Dr Jess Wade, enjoy a tour of new glass artworks created by postgraduate science students and take part in panel debates with leading voices from the worlds of science, art and architecture. And make your own glass guide from molten glass, drawn from the only British-made furnace on wheels! See your piece installed in a giant fibre-optic bundle – and raise a glass to the power of light!

Your ticket gives you access to the exhibition, you can look around at any time.

Please add any talks and panel events to your order. Space is limited in the theatre so please make sure you choose all the sessions you’d like to attend.

Tickets:

Schedule:

10.00 – Welcome – Professor Anatoly Zayats

10.15 – 10.45 – Keynote – Dr Jess Wade, Imperial College London

11.30 – 12.15 – Student tour of their artworks (no need to book)

13:15 – 14.00 – Student tour of their artworks (no need to book)

15.00 – 15.50 – Shining a Light on Symmetry

16.00 – 16.50 – Colour in Time and Space

17.00 – 17.50 – Revealing Form with Light

18.00 – 18.30 – The Poetry of Light with theatre designer Paule Constable

There is a chance to make your own glass guide from molten glass, drawn from the only British-made furnace on wheels! The furnace will be open from 11.00 -17.00.

Save your 15-minute slot now, they are bound to fill up quickly!

At this event

James Millen

James Millen

Senior Lecturer

Emilio Pisanty

Emilio Pisanty

Research Fellow

Aliaksandra Rakovich

Aliaksandra Rakovich

Research Fellow

Brian  Sutton

Brian Sutton

Professor of Molecular Biophysics

Amelle Zaïr

Amelle Zaïr

Lecturer

Anatoly Zayats

Anatoly Zayats

Professor


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