Agile Rabbit will host a science and culture-themed pop-up curiosity shop on Friday 30 September and Saturday 1 October at Maketank.
Spanish artist Marta Zubieta will make live art in Maketank’s windows during the event, painting colourful images inspired by the research presented in the pop-up shop.
Cornish research collaborative Smartline will present Home and the Wishing Tree, an interactive outdoor installation led by Ria Poole.
There will be interactive exhibits and games plus talks from University of Exeter researchers on the world’s oldest fossils, artificial intelligence, astrophysics, the Amazon tipping point and more.
The event is part of FUTURES, a free festival taking place at venues across Devon and Cornwall.
FUTURES is a collaboration between south west local organisations and community groups and the universities of Bath, Bath Spa, Bristol, Exeter and Plymouth.
The Agile Rabbit pop-up curiosity shop is open from 10am to 4pm on Friday 30 September and Saturday 1 October at Maketank. Entry is free.
More information on the Agile Rabbit website.