Art and science in a thrilling and creative mix. The AHA festival at Chalmers is presenting a great line-up of artists and scientists that are celebrating both art and science. The event is open to the public, for free and takes place from October 31 until November 2.
– Artists and scientists think alike and partake in a common playground. I hope many will take the chance to discover this illuminating combination between art and science, says Anna Maria Orru, one of the founders of the festival.
The idea of a border crossing and international event was born from a poetry evening at Chalmers, and from ongoing artistic research at the Department of Architecture. As a result, in 2014 the first AHA festival was arranged at the Department. This year however, the festival is presented jointly with the Department of Physics.