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Two Events that Bring You to a Whole New World

  • April 13, 2019

Photo Credit: Yoal Desurmont


The concept of other worlds is hard to grasp for many. However, put into more relatable terms, everyone can find a new world in the one we live in by putting on a different lens. By that, new worlds simply means putting on a new lens on our individual perspectives.  Still lost? Perhaps these two events can illustrate the comment.


Science Rendezvous 2019.

Science-based education is crucial. The proven methodology has led to countless breakthroughs incomparable to any other methodology for search of new information.  When applying a science-lens to the world, the youth of today can approach the world in a systematic, repeatable, and understandable way. STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts, and mathematics) education looks to propagate that, and in particular, the Science Rendezvous 2019 at the University of Toronto.  The belief is that with the lens of STEAM helps to bridge different cores of our creativity into new applications of innovation.  Come check this out this weekend long event on Saturday May 11 and Sunday May 12 from 11 AM to 4 PM each day. The event is free and is open to all ages! Science has no bounds.


Yann Tiersen

You may have noticed above that one of those things does not traditionally fit into the whole idea of Science and Technology. To bring it out explicitly: Art has normally been proposed into a dichotomy framework against technology.  That notion aside, art still holds a very different lens from science. While science and technology often carries and objective structure. art tends to carry the opposite. The emotion, the feeling, the subjective, and all things open to interpretation.  This is amazingly exemplified by Yann Tiersen and his amazing works on the piano. While you might have the feeling of never having heard of him, you’re sure to to have heard of his music from famous movies like Amélie.  And if you have never heard his music, this is even more reason to watch his solo concert performance at the Queen Elizabeth Theatre in Toronto on May 20.  Doors at 7PM and show at 8PM.  Tickets range from $40-50.




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