Project Arts Centre and Science Gallery Dublin present

Talks and Readings

PETER GALISON & ROBB MOSS IN CONVERSATION

Dates: 20 Jul - 20 Jul

Show Time: 6.00pm

VENUE: Paccar Theatre, Science Gallery Dublin

We are delighted to partner with Science Gallery Dublin to present this public talk by American historian of science Peter Galison.

This will be followed by a conversation with film-maker Robb Moss about their recent collaboration to research and produce their documentary film Containment.

Containment forms part of our major summer exhibition, Riddle of the Burial Grounds, here at Project Arts Centre.

This talk will be hosted by Founding Director of Science Gallery Dublin and CEO of Science Gallery International, Michael John Gorman.

This event is free but ticketed.
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