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Cloud Dynamics: Perspectives from Art and Science

A panel discussion between scientists and artists with expertise in particular fields of cloud activity.

In conjunction with Charlie Hooker's Rub-A-Dub/Wave-Wall III exhibition at the University of Brighton Gallery during the Brighton Festival, Blip is putting on a panel discussion between experts in particular fields of cloud activity, including: the scientific analysis of weather patterns; the history of cloud paintings; and the role of diffusible gas in brain activity. This event is by invitation only. You can download a free ticket from www.blip.me.uk: please print it out and bring it to the event.


Dr Maarten Ambaum | talks | www
Professor Michael O'Shea | talks | www
Dr Inman Harvey | talks | www
Charlie Hooker | talks | www
Dr Giles Harrison | talks | www
Dr John Thornes | talks | www


Date and Time:

25 May 2004 at 7:30 pm


2 hours 30 minutes



Sussex Arts Club
7 Ship Street
01273 778020
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The talk will start promptly at 8pm, so please arrive earlier and have a drink in the bar. Download an invitation for this event from www.blip.me.uk and bring it along to gain entrance into the Sussex Arts Club.

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