[The book presentation is in Dutch]
Thursday 27 August, the remarkable book Kunst & Wetenschap (Art & Science) by Peter de Jaeger will be presented at MU Hybrid Art House. The illustrated book describes numerous examples of cross-pollination between artists and scientists, and the added value of these collaborations. The book is divided into different disciplines like medicine, math, bio art and architecture.
The presentation features several speakers, including philosopher and artist Koert van Menschvoort of Next Nature Network; microbiologist Han Wösten, who will talk about his collaboration with designers who use microorganisms, and mathematician Tom Verhoeff, who made a dance performance together with a choreographer.
Doors open: 19.30
Program ends between 22.00 and 22.30
Tickets: 5 Euro / Students 2,50 Euro / Free for We Are Public members
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VISITOR CONDITIONS, SANITATION GUIDELINES AND HEALTH PRECAUTIONS
*MU COVID-19 Visitor conditions
1. Don’t go out with symptoms of illness, including a head cold, running nose, sore throat, light cough or a temperature. You are welcome if you and your household members have been symptom-free for at least 24 hours.
2. Children up to twelve years old are not required to maintain 1,5 metres distance from others.
3. Young people up to 18 years old are not required to maintain 1,5 metres distance among themselves.
They do need to keep 1,5 metres distance from adults who do not belong to the same party.
4. Certain situations make it very hard to maintain 1,5 metres distance.
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7. Keep a distance of 1.5 meter from visitors who are not members of your party.
8. Always follow directions by MU staff.
9. Always follow the sanitation guidelines.
**MU COVID-19 Sanitation guidelines
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2. Clean any headphones before use with the available disinfectants at MU. Use at your own risk.
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accessible to others.
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***MU COVID-19 Health precautions
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