Schrodinger's Cat is in Town

Venue: MSU Broad Art Lab
Location: MSU Broad Art Lab
Address: 565 E. Grand River Ave. East Lansing, MI
Admission: Free with required registration
(517) 884-4800
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You loved it, we listened! Schrodinger’s Cat is back in town for this special encore edition of the Community Open Call!

In this workshop ideated by Postdoctoral Fellow Dena Izadi from the Physics Education Research Lab and Professor Mohammad Maghrebi, makers, physicists, and the community are invited to come together to explore physics phenomena through art. Work collaboratively with Abigail Stevens, NSF Astronomy & Astrophysics Postdoctoral Fellow, to create visual representations of pulsars—celestial objects that emit electromagnetic radiation! Free with registration, Children 10+ are welcome with adult supervision.

Schrodinger’s Cat is in Town is part of the Community Open Call, an experimental platform that invites the community to become a central figure in the planning process for the arts and cultural programming offered at the MSU Broad Art Lab. This initiative is supported by the Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs. Apply for the Community Open Call here,

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January 25, 2020
Location: 565 E. Grand River Ave., MSU Broad Art Lab, MI
Phone: (517) 884-4800
Time: 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM
Price: Free with required registration

Schrodinger's Cat is in Town