(Semester 6; 2020-21)
Science Gallery is a public institution that delivers unique, transdisciplinary
exhibitions, events and educational programmes that engage millions of inquiring minds every year in connective, participative, and surprising ways. It offers a social space to develop ideas, imagine the future, and realise dreams.
Bringing science, art, technology and design together, Science Gallery ignites a passion in young people for new ideas and areas of study that can help to guide their career and educational choice, equipping them with resilience, empathy and ethical understanding to thrive in the knowledge economy.
In 2008, a forgotten corner of Trinity College Dublin was transformed into a living experiment called Science Gallery Dublin. Through a cutting edge
a programme that ignites creativity and discovery where science and art collide, Science Gallery Dublin encourages young people to learn through their interests.
What makes Science Gallery different?
FOCUSED ON THE FUTURE
CREATED FOR YOUNG ADULTS
OPEN CALL PROCESS
SOCIAL AND CONVERSATIONAL
FOCUSED ON IDEAS
Science Gallery Mumbai
The purpose of this research-based institute is to engage young adults with science and arts. This will be done through public labs, everchanging exhibitions, and mentorship programmes.
Tata Institute of Fundamental Research
Science Gallery Mumbai can be a dynamic interface between science
and the arts, drawing on the talents of the city’s leading institutions such as Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, J.J. School of Art, etc. which offer
complementary areas of expertise. The site for the Science Gallery
in Mumbai is located within TIFR campus. It is located between the academic, residential zones of the campus accessed by the Homi Bhabha Road leading towards the coast of Arabian Sea.
TIFR is a deemed university that carries out basic research in physics,
chemistry, biology, mathematics, computer science and science
education. The modern building was designed by the Chicago architect, Helmuth Bartsch.
Source: https://www.tifr.res.in/ and https://www.tata.com/community/education/tata-institute-offundamental-
Source for photographs: Nasa Earth Observatory, Google Satellite Imagery.
- Alankar Tayshete
- Manasi Chokshi
- Rinki Kotak
- Sanket Mhatre
- Shilpa Chandawarkar
- Veena Takale