SUN 12 NOV 8PM: What happens when an astrophysicist and a bartender collide? Cocktails and mocktails in space! Join in on this live galactic drink crafting workshop.
Join astrophysicist Dr Alfredo Carpineti and artist Scott Gorham as they share both alcoholic and non-alcoholic recipes in this live mixology workshop. What does a nebula taste like in liquid form? What cocktail could we make with ingredients found on Mars? How would you mix a drink on the International Space Station anyway? What is the physics behind cocktail layering and what is the best technique to do it perfectly ever time?
Participants will take part mixing along at home while learning about the galaxy, and join in on creative challenges throughout the hour.
Details and Booking:
- Date: Sunday 12 October 2023
- Time: 60 minute session from 8PM – 9PM
- Location: Online via Zoom
- Materials: Download a shopping list
DR ALFREDO CARPINETI, also known as The Astroholic, is a cocktail connoisseur who holds a Ph.D. in Astrophysics and an M.Sc. in Quantum Fields and Fundamental Forces from Imperial College, as well as a bachelor’s degree in Physics and Astrophysics from La Sapienza. He is a lecturer, science communicator, podcaster, Chair of Pride in STEM, and science writer for IFL Science.
SCOTT GORHAM is a visual artist and educator, currently living and working in New York City, where he moonlights as a bartender. His projects combine installation sculpture made from industrial materials, neon, and LEDs with projections, animations, and digital spaces. Gorham received both an MFA in Spatial Art and an MFA in Digital Media Art from San Jose State University, and a BFA in Sculpture from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. He has exhibited internationally in Europe, Australia, and America.