The Rosalind Franklin Forum for Female Scientists (ROZ), Open to All is a scientific collective named in honor of the distinguished chemist-crystallographer, in which senior scientists provide advice to early career scientists. The forum is created by and for women but welcomes all practitioners everywhere. This exhibition will feature posters of female scientists from around the world.
To learn more, visit: Rosalind Franklin Forum for Female Scientists (ROZ), Open to All.
“Hoshizuna: the floating star-sand” art installation
From Saturday, March 25, through Saturday, April 1, OIST will house giant balloons in the shape of Hoshizuna, or Okinawa star sand.
Photographs taken by Noel Tovia Matoff of women mathematicians from around the world.
An art Exhibition by the Graduate School of Formative Arts from the Okinawa Prefectural University of Arts. This exhibition is the latest in a series of exciting collaborations between OIST and the OPUA that started in 2013. The Tunnel Gallery will host this year edition as part of our Anniversary celebration events.
A photography exhibition by the OIST Community.
(The OIST campus is currently not open to visitors.)
Ryukyu Traditional Performing Arts
"Sounds of the Ryukyus"
Art Exhibition by Graduate School of Formative Arts, Okinawa Prefectural University of the Arts
Lecture about Instruments and Concert, Admission Free, Reservation Required