29 September 19:00 - 23:00
A combination of performances from science, performance on social anxiety and making fire dance.
Ongoing performances combining science and performing arts. The performances will include science magic shows with the magician Gwilym Bugeja, dance performance representing various science topics together with the student organisation USPA - University Students of Performing Arts Association. Watch fire dance to music and math untangled tricks.
Have you ever wondered what it was like to have social anxiety? Come and have a look inside mind of someone who suffers from anxiety, with Betapsi Malta’s role playing. They will show how people with social anxiety experience their symptoms – hugely important because of how difficult it is to show the effects of mental disorders. Anyone you know could be going through this, so take the time to understand this condition.
The Science in the City festival-European Researchers’ Night is supported by the European Commission’s Research and Innovative Framework Programme, Horizon 2020 (H2020, 2014-2020) by Marie Skłodowska-Curie actions.
The event is organised by University of Malta, Malta Chamber of Scientists and the RIDT - University of Malta Research Trust, in partnership with the Ministry for Education and Employment, Parliamentary Secretary for Financial Services , Digital Economy and Innovation- Silvio Schembri, JUGS Malta, Studioseven Malta, Malta-EU Steering & Action Committee (MEUSAC), MCST, Esplora Interactive Science Centre, Kunsill Lokali tal-Belt Valletta, Malta College for Arts, Science and Technology, PBS, BPC International, Notte Bianca Valletta, Spazju Kreattiv, AquaBioTech Group, Central Bank of Malta, Wasteservand a number of other partners.The festival has been recognized by EFFEE International Jury to receive the EFFE Label 2017-2018
A full programme can be viewed on www.scienceinthecity.org.mt
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