Natalia Molina de la Villa coordinates the "Fields: Lab Art of Artistic Production, Quantum Physics and Oriental Tradition" course from January 27 to February 10 at UCM

Natalia Molina de la Villa, member of the teaching and research team of the UNESCO Chair in Education for Social Justice, coordinates the course “Campos. Lab Art of Artistic Production, Quantum Physics and Oriental Tradition ”, which aims to discover potentials of scientific knowledge, from quantum physics and other modern theories that provide new perspectives, ways of seeing, understanding the world, space and the universe.

The course coordinator is an artist, educator, sculptor and performer, and has participated in numerous projects that combine art and creation with social and environmental education and awareness, as well as inclusion and democratic citizen participation.

The course dates are: Monday January 27, Tuesday January 28, Monday February 3, Tuesday February 4, Monday February 10 + Outside session. Tracking links between Physics and current creation in ARCO: February 26-29.

You can find more information here.

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