Institute of Archaeology


Create Lates - exploring creativity

2 May 2024

MA Museum Studies students at the UCL Institute of Archaeology are partnering with the Science Museum, London for a special event exploring creativity in different ways.

Science Museum, London Create Lates events  - two women working creatively (Image © Science Museum Group)

Book a place at this Create Lates event at the Science Museum, London on Thursday 9 May where you will experience the delicate skills of dissection and clockmaking, uncover the material science behind cutting-edge art, discover fashion inspired by satellite images, and the role of designers in turning abstract data into beautiful images.

Participants will also delve into the power of AI and supercomputers as an essential partner to human creativity and the potential risks for creators and consumers.

Get hands-on with craft workshops and meet the scientists, artists, designers and makers whose practical skills and ingenuity are essential in bringing science to life. 

The UCL Institute of Archaeology is very excited to be part of the next Science Museum Lates on the 9 May exploring creativity and crafts.

General admission tickets are free to book - just one week to go, register your attendance now!

Our MA in Museum Studies programme provides a broad academic and professional training in all aspects of museum work and encourages students to reflect on the concept of the museum and its associated practices. 

The programme's main aim is to provide an in-depth understanding of approaches to the research, documentation, communication, public engagement, interpretation, presentation and preservation of curated materials in museums, while responding to their audiences and communities.

Image: Science Museum, London Create Lates events (© Science Museum Group)