The second ArtScienceCamp happened over the weekend. The whole event felt full of energy and a serious attitude towards having fun. The first set of photos uploaded so far (taken by our wonderful volunteer photographers Gail Edwin-Fielding and Quirien Wijnberg; more photos to be uploaded soon) should give you a sense of how it was.
Once we had all the ideas together, we collaborated on figuring out how to put them together to make Saturday’s schedule of events.
On Saturday, the fun began at 10am with a short taste of what it means to teach someone how to sword fight – among 6 different parallel sessions. The day was full of conversation on topics from cognitive science to architecture to open data, interspersed with activities like building marshmallow structures and horsing around in the photobooth.
Thanks again to our sponsors, our coorganizers and volunteers, and especially to Zoe Dille and the staff at Hart House for making this whole fantastic day possible.
We’re looking forward to next year already!