Our exhibitions on tour
With the end of lockdown, our traveling exhibitions can finally reconnect with their audiences:
- About love at the Quai des Savoirs in Toulouse, to be discovered until November 7, 2021
- What's new in the Middle Ages? to be seen at the Château d'Angers until November 14, 2021
- Fire plays the prolonged at the Espace des Sciences in Rennes, until January 2, 2022
- Cold at the Museum of Geology in Lausanne, to be visited until January 23, 2022
- Microbiota at Heureka in Vantaa (Finland), until October 24, 2021
Opening of Special Effects! at the Musée de la Civilisation in Quebec City
After several months of waiting, the Quebec version of the Special Effects exhibition finally opened to the public at the Musée de la Civilisation in Québec City on February 18th. Result of a fruitful collaboration between the Cité des sciences et de l'industrie and the Musée de la Civilisation, this exhibition showcases Canadian and Quebec talent that is known and recognized worldwide in the field of special effects.
The exhibition is on display in Québec City until April 25, 2021.
For the time being you can discover it in video by following this link.
Opening of Smallicieux in Lille
Inspired and designed by the teams of the Cité des enfants in Paris, Smallicieux, Lillenium's Cité des enfants, opened its doors on Tuesday, August 25, 2020.
Through all these activities, Smallicieux, Lillenium's Children's City, offers children a fun and intelligent introduction to scientific phenomena and, for the adults accompanying them, the pleasure of sharing a great moment of complicity!
Universcience was thus able to share its expertise in science museography adapted to children with Vicity, the designer of the mall.
The exhibition Edged On presented at the Musée de l'Histoire du Fer of Nancy
The exhibition Edged On is on display at the Musée de l'Histoire du Fer in Nancy from 11 July to 7 March 2021. Born from the collaboration between Universcience and two European science centres, Heureka in Finland and the Pavilion of Knowledge in Portugal, it offers visitors a journey of challenge and audacity into the various risks of its existence, to better identify, confront and understand them.
Cats and Dogs in Bordeaux
The Cats and Dogs exhibition is hosted at Cap Sciences in Bordeaux since July 4, 2020 and until February 21, 2021. It is the first major exhibition on scientific, sociological and cultural knowledge about our four-legged domestic friends.
The Fire exhibition at the Espace des Sciences of Rennes
Our exhibition Fire has been on display at the Espace des Sciences in Rennes since 23 June, where it is sure to attract new visitors. This exhibition, produced in collaboration with the Paris Fire Brigade and recently presented at the Pont du Gard, explores the theme of this fascinating natural phenomenon and its control by man over 400,000 years of history.
Pasteur in Sao Paulo - Brazil
The Pasteur exhibition was inaugurated on February 6th at Sesc Interlagos in the presence of Bruno Maquart, President of Universcience.
The exhibition will be presented there until July 26th, 2020.
The Urban Mutations exhibition inaugurated in Singapore
After a fruitful collaboration in 2015 during the preparation of the exhibition in Paris, the Science Centre Singapore has just inaugurated its permanent exhibition Urban Mutations, based on the version presented in Paris. This inauguration took place in the presence of the French Ambassador to Singapore.
Cats & Dogs stops in Rennes
After Lisbon, "Cats & Dogs" continues its successful tour by stopping at the Espace des Sciences in Rennes (Brittany, France).
The exhibition will be on display until March 8, 2020.
Universcience at the ASTC Annual Conference
The ASTC Annual Conference was held in Toronto from September 20 to 24, 2019. This edition was in partnership with the Ontario Science Centre.
This year, Universcience teams were present in the exhibit hall to promote its offer to North American science centres. The teams also facilitated sessions presenting the institution's expertise.
"Cats and Dogs" continues its North American tour
The Cats and Dogs exhibition has been on display since September 22nd at the Telus World of Science in Vancouver (Canada) where it will remain until January 2020.
Cold at the SciPort in Busan (South Korea)
On the opening day, a report was filmed by Korean television, take a look!
"What's New in the Middle Ages?" on tour at the Tournus Abbey
After the Pont du Gard, the exhibition "What's New in the Middle Ages?" takes its summer quarters in the superb Abbey of Tournus.
Tournus Abbey is a former Benedictine monastery that celebrates its millennium this year. As part of the celebrations commemorating this millennium, the exhibition is on display until mid-September.
ECSITE 2019 in Copenhagen
The Ecsite 2019 conference has just closed its doors after 5 intense days of pre-conference and conference, from June 4 to 8, 2019.
Ecsite's participation figures this year broke records: 1190 participants from 59 different countries!
This year was quite new for Universcience's participation: our establishment was a gold sponsor in order to properly celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Ecsite network of which Universcience is a founding member, this gave the establishment great visibility throughout the conference. The stand in the colours of Cabanes et Corps & Sport was a great success throughout the conference.
A beautiful 30th anniversary!
The exhibition "Edged On" is in Martinique
After a successful presentation at the Bloomfield Science Center in Jerusalem, the exhibition crossed the Atlantic.
It is currently being presented at the Centre de Découverte des Sciences de la Terre located in Saint Pierre (Martinique, FWI), at the foot of Montagne Pelée, a beautiful venue for an exhibition dedicated to risk!
The exhibition will be on display until January 31, 2020.
Cats and Dogs at the Virginia Aquarium Center
After a successful presentation at the Museum Valley in Kalamazoo, the exhibition continues its North American tour with a stop at the Virginia Aquarium Center until mid-September.
It will then fly to Vancouver where it will be presented at Science World.
After New York, Bon Appétit stops in Nice
After delighting more than 100,000 New Yorkers, it is now the turn of the people of Nice to discover the Bon Appétit exhibition, which is on display in the large glasshouses of the Phoenix Park in Nice until April 2019.
Cold at the Saline Royale of Arc et Senans
Following the success of the Cité des sciences et de l'industrie (more than 250,000 visitors), the exhibition will be presented from 23 November 2018 to 22 April 2019 at the Saline Royale d'Arc et Senans as part of the "C'est l'hiver à la Saline Royale" programme.
The exhibition What's New in the Middle Ages? presented at the Pont du Gard
What's new in the Middle Ages? continues to tour and settles until April 30, 2019 at the Pont du Gard. Enriched with objects discovered and collected by INRAP in the region during preventive excavations, the exhibition should delight visitors who will be able to discover unknown aspects of this period.
The exhibition has already delighted more than 210,000 visitors in France.
Effets Spéciaux begins its tour in Bordeaux
After attracting more than 400,000 visitors to Paris, the Special Effects exhibition begins its tour at Cap Sciences, Bordeaux.
It is presented there until June 2019.
How do you say Cats and Dogs in Portuguese? Cães e Gatos!
Our exhibition Cats and Dogs is inaugurated on October 4th 2018, world animals day, at Pavilion of Knowledge in Lisbon.
It will be presented until September 2019.
Darwin the original in Mendoza (Argentina)
To celebrate spring in the southern hemisphere, Tecnopolis Buenos Aires is travelling to Mendoza from September 20 to October 7, 2018 for an art, science and technology festival.
As part of his Argentinean itinerary, Darwin the original stops in Mendoza to be discovered by the public of the region.