Abaixo segue a lista de minicursos que serão oferecidos e um breve resumo sobre os mesmos. A duração de cada minicurso será de 3 horas, sendo realizados em um único dia. O minicurso Oficina de Réplicas – moldando e reproduzindo fósseis no campo e no laboratório – terá duração de 6 horas e será realizado em dois dias. Verifiquem os dias e horários dos minicursos no cronograma para evitar coincidir os horários. Para saber mais sobre os ministrantes acesse o link Convidados.
Science and art offer us common languages for dealing with global issues. This 3 part mini-course begins with a historical perspective followed by an interactive group activity that builds a decision-making framework for how we can most effectively use science and art to communicate issues that involve humankind. A review of human evolution on Earth will highlight our development as scientists -observing, questioning, exploring and recording; and as artists- responding, internalizing, creating, and expressing relationships. Selecting examples from the rich collections in the museums of Cambridge University this overview aims to position us in today’s world with a focus on how our actions can help to sustain our Future Earth. Participants will work together in teams by International Space (High Seas, Deep Sea, Antarctica, and Outer Space) to address issues based on briefings and options provided. You will consider how science and art can inform the public over short and longer terms to resolve these global issues. Materials from this mini-course (International Space briefings and problem-solving activities) will be provided for your future use. This workshop will help you explore the role art can play in communicating about science, consider the pros and cons of various social-media platforms, and provide you with options to help take care of our home planet.