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Workshops at Biofilia as part of ClimATE Events

Base for Biological Arts

Biofilia, a biological art unit at the Aalto University, will facilitate two workshops as part of the ClimATE. The workshops on Plant Cloning and Fermentation of Local Produce and will be led by Biofilia laboratory manager James Evans at Biofilia.

Workshops

 

Plant Cloning Workshop

October 31

  • Morning Session: 09:30-11:30
  • Afternoon Session: 13:00-15:00

Participants will clone their own blueberry plants. A nice plant will be provided for practice, cuttings will be taken and then cloned. Results can be seen on November 8!

Can the growing plant clone which will take carbon dioxide out of the atmosphere curb the climate change? Lets discuss together!

If you would like to participate in the workshop, please register using this form: https://forms.gle/DuFUwDeBhYdLwpBA6

Fermentation of Local Produce

November 8 

  • Morning Session: 09:30-11:30
  • Afternoon Session: 13:00-15:00

Participants will make their own fermented cider from local produce. In true locavore tradition, only apples from the neighbourhood, and not from the store, will be used. Suitable for children!

If you would like to participate in the workshop, please register using this form: https://forms.gle/DuFUwDeBhYdLwpBA6

Biofilia

Biofilia is a biological art unit which provides a platform for trans-disciplinary research and education.

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Biofilia

ClimATE

ClimATE is an expanded exhibition and events programme across multiple sites and spaces in Aalto University’s Otaniemi Campus.

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Graphic Design by Joosung Kang

Campus maps, addresses and getting to Otaniemi

Here you will find all practical information compiled!

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Address: Biofilia, Otaniemi Campus, Kemistintie 1 B, School of Chemical Engineering, 02150 Espoo

If you have any questions regarding the workshops, please contact SCTA Curator Bilge Hasdemir ([email protected])

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