Atom>Light>Dance: An atomic silent disco

Man dancing

Event schedule details

Saturday 17 & Sunday 18 June

Sat: 13.00-13.45, 15.00-15.45, 17.00-17.45; Sun: 15.45-16.30, 17.00-17.45

Event location details

Great Hall, Sherfield Building

Imperial College London

Discover how atoms absorb and emit light to colour our world. Don a pair of headphones and join the dance floor as we create the disco of the atomic spectra, finding the parallels between light and sound waves.

Atom>Light>Dance has been created by artist Geraldine Cox, physicists from Imperial College London’s Centre for Cold Matter, and dance artist and teacher Emma Bellerby.

This event is suitable for ages 5+.

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Event categories

  • Adults
  • Workshop
Man dancing