Explore how vaccines are developed at pandemic speed in this exhibition by National Council of Science Museums, India and the Science Museum Group, UK, funded by the Wellcome Trust.
Vaccines: Injecting Hope, explores the history and science of vaccines globally and rapid innovation through international collaboration for the recent SARS-COV 2 pandemic vaccine. The exhibition will inspire audiences to understand the shared cultural connections through science, arts and digital innovation in the UK and India.
As part of the India/UK Together Season of Culture, the British Council collaboration between Indian sculptor based in Delhi, Sushank Kumar, playwright Sudah Bhuchar, Tony Pickering Animator and Nigel Townsend Creative Producer in London and this new piece will tour with the exhibition for three years.
Get inspired by ‘The Lens’, a commissioned sculpture of frontline workers rising to embrace and celebrate the arrival of a vaccine. This is accompanied by a series of animations that invites viewers to reflect on India’s history of vaccination programmes by drawing a link with the royal family of Mysore receiving their variolation against smallpox in the late 18th century.
The exhibition will be on display in Delhi first, followed by Napur, Mumbai, Bangalore and Kolkata.
Open to all
Timing: 09.30 to 18.00
For more information visit https://vaccine-injectinghope.in/