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Lonradh Programme in St. Finbarr’s Hospital
2019

Programme continues in St. Elizabeth’s Ward
Recasting Canova / Cork Science Festival
Friday 15 November 2019

School programme in partnership with the Science for Life programme which is a CIT Access Service initiative since 2009.


Experiment with 3D-scanning this Science Week!
Help us to capture digital models of our historic Canova Casts and learn techniques of photogrammetry with Scan the World founder and project manager Jonathan Beck. 
Photogrammetry is a democratic method of recording and measuring three-dimensional objects with the aid of your smartphone! 

This free event runs as part of Science Week (10-17 November 2019). Booking is essential

Friday 15 November
We are offering 3 x Schools Sessions (junior cycle, ages 13-15) to schools that are part of the CIT Access Service Linked

Schools programme. 
10am - 11.30am FULLY BOOKED
12 noon - 1.30pm
2pm - 3.30pm FULLY BOOKED 

To find out more, please contact:
Dr Sharon Lawton,
Science for Life Officer,
CIT Access Service,
Student Centre,
Cork Institute of Technology,
Bishopstown, Cork.
T: 021-4335108
M: 087-9564937
E: sharon.lawton@cit.ie
Facebook: www.facebook.com/citscienceforlife

THE CIT SCIENCE FOR LIFE PROGRAMME IS A CIT ACCESS SERVICE INITIATIVE IN COLLABORATION WITH CIT SCHOOL OF SCIENCE.

Scan the World is an ambitious community-built initiative whose mission is to share 3D printable sculpture and cultural artefacts using democratised 3D scanning technologies, producing an extensive ecosystem of free to download digital cultural heritage. In making culture accessible, communities are encouraged to share their scans, stories, and creations with the goal to bring tangible heritage to the masses.

Website: https://www.myminifactory.com/scantheworld/ 


Science Festival

CIT Science For life FEistavl

Contact:
Anne 021 4907857
anneboddaert@crawfordartgallery.ie
Emma 021 4907862
emmaklemencic@crawfordartgallery.ie