You’re invited to…Our Brains and Us
at The Hub at Wellcome Collection
Join us at The Hub at Wellcome Collection where we’ll be exploring and celebrating how our brains think, explore and imagine.
There’s not one human in the world that thinks in exactly the same way. At these family events we’re inviting everyone to come and celebrate the diversity of our brains and through a range of activities, understand how we all differ in how we like like to think, learn and explore. Through coding, virtual reality, circuits and sound orchestras, pop-up performances, making and tinkering with immersive environments, we’ll be exploring the mind through your senses, body, movement and emotions.
On the Friday session, we’ll be joined by the BBC’s CAPE crusaders for an Our Brains and Our Futures session. Explore ‘everyday’ challenges in new and unexpected ways- you may even discover your very own super power during the turbo charged future focused, fantastical making and creative problem solving extravaganza!
When is Our Brains and Us?
You can attend in the morning or afternoon on 25, 26 and 27 July.
You can book for the morning, 10:00am – 12:30pm or afternoon 1:30-4:00 on each day. You can drop in anytime within the time slot you book for. We encourage you to register in advance, to ensure you get a place. You will need to register everyone in your group for a ticket.
Who is Our Brains and Us for and how much does it cost?
These sessions are for all families, children and adults. Tickets for this event are free and you can register in advance. Spaces are limited, so we encourage you to register in advance for your place.
How to find us?
We’re running these events at The Hub at Wellcome Collection, 183 Euston Road, London, NW1 2BE, UK. Please visit The Wellcome Collection website for travel information.
What is The Hub at Wellcome Collection?
Located at the top of Wellcome Collection, The Hub is a dynamic interdisciplinary research space where people from different backgrounds and with a range of expertise collaborate on projects exploring medicine, life and art. Find out more on the Wellcome Collection website.