Aberystwyth Robotics Week 2019
24-29th June, 2019
We are celebrating UK Robotics Week with a range of events and activities for all ages throughout the week.
For UK Robotics Week, we are planning a week-long programme of events that celebrate Aberystwyth University's research and outreach work in robotics.
|Monday||The Robot Olympics|
|Wednesday||Film and Panel|
|Friday||Evening of Robotics|
Location: Ceredigion Museum
Engineer a robot to take part in our robotics challenges.
A competition for teams from local primary schools - if your school wants to participate, please contact us at email@example.com.
Date: 25 & 27/06/19 16:00-18:00
Location: Ceredigion Museum
Craft your own robot from whatever parts you can find in our scrapheap of paper, pens, and craft supplies. Robots can be displayed as part of the exhibition.
This is a family drop-in workshop suitable for humans from ages 5-105, £1 per robot.
Film and Panel
Date: 26/06/19 16:00-21:00
Location: Aberystwyth Arts Centre
Showing of a film in the Arts Centre cinema, followed by a panel discussion
Evening of Robotics
Date: 28/06/19 16:00-21:00
Location:Aberystwyth University, TBC
An evening of talks with an exhibition, discussing what the latest research in robotics can help us learn about ourselves.
Date: 29/06/19 10:00-16:00
Location: Aberystwyth Bandstand
Spend the day at the beach with the robots and humans from the Aberystwyth Robotics Club!
Drawn Together Wales meets Beach Lab
Come and have a go at drawing the amazing variety of robots and humans at Beach Lab, including a real, live(?) Dalek.
The Drawn Together project encourages people all over Wales to draw what they see, then share their drawings to create a drawn map of Wales. From the dramatic to the mundane, the unique to the familiar, the human to the robot, drawing evokes a personal connection and appreciation of place.
To celebrate Wales drawn together, all sketches that are added to the map will be displayed throughout October in the National Museum of Wales, Cardiff. Visit www.drawntogether.wales for more information.
If you’d like to know more about robots...or drawing...or drawing robots...come and join us. It doesn’t matter how you draw, if you can see it in front of you, you can draw it.
(No need to book, just turn up and enjoy the fun, if the robots don’t get you first. Drawing books and materials supplied). Exterminate...
Write a short story on one of the following topics:
Create a poster about your favourite robot or a robot you have designed. For example, it could be:
Submit your Work
To enter the Short Story and Poster Competition, you should email your story or poster (along with your name, age, and nearest town) to firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday 21/06/19.
Winners will be announced on Friday 28/06/19.