We are joining the special astronomical-themed short film program for the Hi A-Festival!
During the first week of November, the ESO Supernova Planetarium and Visitor Center invites visitors to Art meets Science Under the Dome , a program for children and adults that combines art and science in an exhibition full of creativity and cosmic wonder.
Featuring an entertaining series of short films, including a children’s program with scientific stories and images, as well as an exhibition where art meets astronomy, the program is part of the Hi! A-Festival, an event dedicated to art and science that takes place throughout the Bavarian region of Germany.
Kids can enjoy learning how astronauts do their jobs from the short film Cosmix, join an animated space traveler who befriends inhabitants of an unknown planet in Dessignare Media’s short Cosmonaute 360, and take a fantastic journey through vibrant worlds. and eclectic full of incredible wonders. , along with the small protagonist of El Deseo. The children’s program is screened on three different occasions, during the school holidays.
The program will be screened on Thursday, November 4 and Friday, November 5, 2021.
In addition to enjoying the planetarium shows, visitors will have the opportunity to explore The Living Universe, ESO Supernova’s permanent exhibition, as well as admire a temporary art exhibition with beautiful illustrations inspired by the astronomical research carried out carried out at the European Southern Observatory (ESO). Art and science will converge at The Void, as works of art will be displayed alongside actual astronomical images. This temporary screen will be available until the end of the year. No additional tickets are required for any of the exhibits, if you have booked a planetarium show.
The Festival Hi! A, is held from October to December 2021, bringing together art and research in Bavaria. With a wide variety of events, the festival aims to highlight how creativity is a driver for artistic and technical innovations. Art and research, high technology and the environment, as well as utopia and the future, are at the center of the activities organized by numerous art and science institutions.