Braziliarty @ Late at Science Museum 30th July

Braziliarty partner with Science Museum’s Lates with MasterCard.

Explore Brazil: Science, Samba and Football on the 30th July 18.45 – 22:00

Discover Brazilian science, music, dancing and the science behind football at this month’s Lates with MasterCard. Braziliarty was invited to curate 9 of the almost 30 events happening during the evening inviting great personalities of the Brazilian community in London to join in bringing diversity about Science and Brazil.


Other events on the night curated by the Museum include:

Antenna Live: Sky Sensors

The Amazon rainforest is known as ‘the lungs of the Earth’, but it’s under threat due to climate change. Meet the climate scientists from Manchester and Sao Paolo and see their cutting-edge equipment for sensing air pollution. This event will also run 11-4pm on 30 – 31 July.

Samba Time

Hear the drums and find your carnival swagger in a fun session to teach you the samba basics and build up to a carnival-tastic routine.

Brazil by Numbers

A talk from Alex Bellos, author of books on Brazil and mathematics, that embraces music, football and the Amazon.

Human Table Football

Join us for a football match with a difference. Spectate or take part in a human-sized version of table football.

Football Freestyle Fun

Watch performances from a professional football freestyle team headed up by World Keepy Uppy Champion & TV presenter, Dan Magness, who will also attempt to break a Guinness World Record. You can also learn tricks in an interactive workshop.

The penalty shoot-out is NOT a lottery!

Dr Ken Bray reveals the science behind penalty shoot-outs and shows how careful preparation beats ‘hit and hope’ every time.

Punk Science: The Gameshow; Musical Workshops; Rubbish collection and the regular events Silent Disco, Pub Quiz and more.

VISITOR INFORMATION

Wednesday 30 July, 18.45 – 22.00

Entry to Lates is FREE, for ages 18+ and no booking is necessary

0870 870 4868

Follow the event on twitter via #smLates and tweets from @sciencemuseum

Find out more at sciencemuseum.org.uk/Lates

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