Exhibition open
1 - 7 October

Private View
4 October
6 - 11pm

Jiggling Atoms is a physics festival and all events are entirely FREE! As well as the displayed outcomes from our group of 25 artists, the exhibition will play host to a series of physics related artistic workshops, public lectures and performances from the likes of Mark Pilkington – publisher of Strange Attractor Press, Jon Butterworth – Atlas physicist and author of The Guardian’s Life and Physics blog, Radmilla Topalovic – Astronomer and science communicator at the Royal Observatory Greenwich and Super/Collider. All workshops and talks, unless specified, are free and open to the public. See below for the full schedule and reserve a ticket via our eventbrite page.

Monday
  • 10am - 10pm
  • Exhibition open to the public
Tuesday
  • 10am - 10pm
  • Exhibition open to the public

    Visit from Ellen Wilkinson School for Girls
Wednesday
  • 10am - 10pm
  • Exhibition open to public

    6.30 - 7.30pm Jennifer Crouch's Electrickery workshop

    8 - 8.30pm Strange Attractor vs Disinformation present Circuit Blasting demonstration hosted by Mark Pilkington
Thursday
  • 10am - 11pm
  • First Thursday
    open to all



    6.30pm Welcome and introductory talk by Malte Oppermann

    7.30pm Super/Collider's Chris Hatherill in conversation with designer Patrick Stevenson-Keating

    8pm onwards DJ Nervous Stephen provides a full cosmic soundtrack alongside cocktails provided by B.A.M Asylum
Friday
  • 10am - 10pm
  • Exhibition open to the public
Saturday
  • 10am - 10pm
  • Exhibition open to the public

    All day Speed cartoonist Ellen Cummins will document the day in drawings and comics

    11am - 2pm Natalie Kay-Thatcher with Super/Collider's Abby Schlageter Feynman Diagram printmaking workshop

    1.30 - 2pm Dr. Ben Still's Lego Universe workshop

    2.30 - 4.30pm Jennifer Crouch's Electrickery workshop

    5pm Dr. Ben Still discusses Neutrinos

    6pm Jon Butterworth's Higgs Boson talk

    6.30 - 7pm Q&A with Jon Butterworth and Dr. Ben Still

    8pm Science comedy from Robin Ince
Sunday
  • 10am - 10pm
  • Final day of exhibition

    1 - 3pm Harriet Cory-Wright and Stephen Fowler's Science Life Drawing workshop

    4 - 5pm 'To a balloon laden with knowledge, a talk by Adrian Holme

    6 - 6.30 pm Malte Oppermann and Dr. Ben Still closing conversation

    7 pm Closing ceremony
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