H2O, SCIENCE AND ART

The aim of the project is to strengthen the motivation and interest of students for the sciences through the use of other disciplines such as art, music, history, literary and technology; to stimulate their investigative spirit and their curiosity by combining normal contents of curriculum science with those of poetry, literature, design, engineeri...

Project Journal


  • wonderful, very interactive exhibition. Good Agnieszka!
    - Posted by vincenzina suriano, 12.05.2018


  • Last section of exhibition was Polish Leonardos, prepared by the National Centre for Film Culture, broadcasts the profiles and projects of the most prominent local inventors, who contributed to the development of the world aviation, textile industry, film, television and colour imaging: Kazimierz Prószyński, Jan Szczepanik, Jan Wnęk and Czesław Tański.
    In the pictures you can see Biopleograph and the image being created in it. It is apparatus to copy from mature and project the light impressions registered by the human eye during all visible movements, that allows to maintain the impression of continuity of the movement.


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    - Posted by Agnieszka Dyonizy, 12.05.2018


  • We saw the following sections of the exhibition: preparing for war, drawing inspiraton from living organism, improving manufacturing, unifying knowledge but imaging fligh section stopped us the longest.


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    - Posted by Agnieszka Dyonizy, 12.05.2018


  • Next was machines transforming movement. The biggest one was Filippo Brunelleschi's revolving crane.


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    - Posted by Agnieszka Dyonizy, 12.05.2018


  • Leonardo da Vinci exhibition - 8 May 2018
    At the beginning we saw giant crossbow and wind-propelled chariot by Roberto Valturio


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    - Posted by Agnieszka Dyonizy, 12.05.2018