As part of the roadmap for the events of the German Embassy in honour of the Russia-Germany year, the International Festival of Science and Fiction: Art and Science will be held for the first time in Moscow. This three-day interdisciplinary project will be held from September 11 to 13 and will combine such areas as science, technology, media art, new formats in literature, cinema and music.
As part of the festival in Moscow, media installations of digital artists and specialists from several major European cities (Munich, Leipzig, Florence, Moscow) will be presented on the main platform of interactive art.
An extensive educational and entertainment program of the festival will be presented in the library of foreign literature: screenings of science fiction films and series, podium discussions, experimental music. Longtime fans of the festival know about Science vs. Fiction Slam, where representatives of different disciplines discuss science and the future from both science and fiction.
Since 2014, the festival has been held in Munich and is the only festival of its kind in Germany, which also organizes various scientific and creative projects every year. Since 2019, the headquarters of our Munich Association of Science and Fiction: Art and Science is the largest museum in Munich – the German Museum of Achievements of Natural Sciences and Technology.
by Munich Science & Fiction Festival – art and science | Ronit Wolf
& Show it 360 | Marcus Morba
Welcome to our Space Tiki Bar!
Opening hours: September 12: 13h – 15h
September 13th: 13h – 15h
Check out the virtual relaxation area of the festival! The Space-Tiki Bar beams you directly to a remote exoplanet! There you can meet other festival visitors during our opening hours and exchange ideas with them.
You become an astronaut in a mysterious Space-Tiki Bar. An unknown culture left a hodgepodge of exotic plants, artifacts and architecture on this planet. Make yourself comfortable in the bar and enjoy the view into space!
109240, Moscow, st. Nikoloyamskaya, d. 1 (metro China-city, metro Taganskaya, metro Marxistskaya)
Yes, preferential tickets apply to the following categories of citizens: children from 4 to 15 years old, pensioners, disabled people of groups I and II, large families.
Our festival takes place at several venues simultaneously. Entrance to the Polytechnic Museum is free; no ticket is required. In the Library of Foreign Literature – part of the halls – for free access, part of the halls – can be visited with a ticket.
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