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Sci-Vi Conference 2019

September 27, 2019 – Visualisation and animation in science dissemination

2019 Theme: We Animate the Future – Prospection

# Science Visualization # Visual approach to visionary research, #You cannot invent what you cannot see, # bridge-building between visual storytellers and researchers, # The force of imagination, # VR as a tool for imagination

 

Pre-conference / 21th September / Venue: The National Museum, Copenhagen 

Target group: PUBLIC

Eske Willerslev, DNA researcher and Tor Nørretranders, Science Writer:

We Animate the future – Imagination and storytelling as catalyst for human as moving beings.

Screening: “New People” – A poetic storytelling as entrance to research dissemination in the field of DNA and human migration

 

Sci-Vi Conference 27th. September during Viborg Animation Festival

Venue: The Old Court Town – Target Group: PROFESSIONALS, researchers and visual storytellers

Screening: “New People” – A poetic storytelling as entrance to research dissemination in the field of DNA and human migration

Dialog-Session with Tor Nørretranders as host: We Animate the future – Imagination and storytelling as catalyst for human as moving beings.

Short Sci-Vi pitches, ex: VR as a tool for imagination//AAU, Science dissemination reaching film festival audience// Ted-Ed productions https://ed.ted.com/, Matchmaking, researchers pitches for Animators and graphic storytellers //Center for Stem Cell Research and Developmental Biology, KU (DanStem)

Take a tour in the Expanded Animation exhibition and the Sci-Vi Exhibition: Historical wall charts from the collections of the National Library of Education, Denmark

Program 2019:

Sci-Vi 2019

The Sci-Vi Conference facilitates knowledge exchange and networking between researchers and and visual storytellers.