Flagstaff Festival of Science — Upcoming Events!

| September 22, 2020
The 2020 Flagstaff Festival of Science is here and going on this week! Here is a brief overview of some of events you might want to check out this Monday – Wednesday. See the full listing of events on our website scifest.org or on the printable program list, and remember, everything is free!

Science Presentations at Scifest.org

Check out all of these presentation on our website!

 
Ancestral Hopi Calendar Wall at Wupatki
On-line presentation with live Q+A
Monday, 5 p.m.  (Bryan Bates)
 
Flagstaff:  The Lake Mary Fault and Earthquakes
On-line live presentation.  
Monday, 6:30 p.m.  (David S. Brumbaugh)
 
Mars Rover Update
On-line live presentation
Tuesday 5 p.m.  (Ken Herkenhoff and Ryan Anderson)
 
NAU VPR Innovation Lecture Series
The Simple Fool’s Guide to the Pandemic
Recorded presentation available at scifest.org  
Wednesday, 8:30 a.m.   (Jason Ladner)
 
Can We Control the Weather?
On-line live presentation
Wednesday 5 p.m.  (Brian Klimowski)
 
Virtual Hike to Old Caves Crater Pueblo
On-line Live presentation
Wednesday, 6:30 p.m.  (Dennis Gilpin)

Art and Science

 
Science in Anime!
Monday 3:15 p.m.
and Facebook (facebook.com/flaglib)
 
MOCAF:  Lights, Camera, Anachronism!
Tuesday, 8:30 a.m.  on scifest.org
The art and science of tintype photography (Eric Retterbush).
 
Momentum Aerial:  How Do They Do That?  The Physics of Aerial Arts
Tuesday 4 p.m.  Live online at scifest.org.
How do aerial artists seemingly defy gravity?  Find out here and bring a lot of questions!
 
Beyond Earth’s Edge:  The Poetry of Spaceflight
Tuesday, 6:30 p.m.  Live on scifest.org
Editors Christopher Cokinos and Julie Swarstad Johnson will discuss this trailblazing anthology of poetry.
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Create a Creature with Tynkertopia!

On-line Zoom Workshop
Monday, 4 p.m.
In this online workshop, you will create a fun creature from recyclable materials from your house!

CCC Home Science Challenge 1 – Build a Lake Core Model and Climate Record!

Wednesday, 4 p.m.  On-line Live at scifest.org.
Coconino Community College faculty member Kurt Yuengling will show you how to use common cupboard items layered into jars to build models of lake cores and examine past climate conditions from the pollen and ash in those layers.

Miss a Presentation? Don’t Worry!

It’s not too late!  Most of our Festival of Science on-line presentations are being recorded, and available at our website at scifest.org.   Check it out!

All Flagstaff Festival of Science activities are free thanks to the hosting organizations, presenters and our generous supporters!
The Flagstaff Festival of Science is made possible through the generous support of many businesses, organizations, foundations and individuals. Major sponsors include W. L. Gore & Associates, Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, Arizona Community Foundation of Flagstaff, City of Flagstaff, Flagstaff ARTS Council, and Northern Arizona University.

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