University of Iowa

Science on Tap

Part of the Science on Tap series

The Three Minute Thesis (3MT) competition challenges graduate students to communicate their research in three minutes or less in non-specialist language. Participants represent a diverse array of disciplines and areas of study, and reflect the passion and thirst for discovery common among all of Iowa's graduate students. This year's winners will join Science on Tap to showcase some of the diverse research being done on campus.

Family Fun Night

Chuy Renteria, Breaking/House Dance Instructor at All The Way Up Studio, will be leading two Hip-Hop dance workshops. The workshops will be a beginner’s guide to Hip-Hop grooves, moves, and musicality. Participants can expect some choreography and exploration of freestyle fundamentals, but above all, expect some fun!

HIP-HOP WORKSHOP 1: 5:30–6:15 pm
♦  For students entering second and third grades.
♦  Registration was closed at 3:49 pm on June 27.

Family Fun Night

Participants will be introduced to the artist Vincent van Gogh, viewing and discussing his use of the elements of art in his paintings of sunflowers. Drawing and oil crayon techniques will be demonstrated. Using oil crayon on drawing paper, participants will create their own sunflower piece taking inspiration from van Gogh!

♦  For students entering first through fifth grades.

Family Fun Night

Reading Children's Books with Leslie Anstedt
♦  Open to children from ages five to eight.
♦  Unlimited number of participants. Registration not required.
♦  Parents / Guardians required to stay at Hancher during their child(ren)'s participation at Family Fun Night.

A Journal Workshop with Micah Ariel James
♦  25 students (third through sixth grades) are registered as of May 29.

Family Fun Night

No matter your age or musical ability, we have something for everyone! Ignite your passion for music and join us to make music on a wide variety of instruments in this open-house style event.

♦  Instrument Petting Zoo
♦  Ukulele Lessons

Brunch with Santa

It may be the busiest time of the year for the guy in the red suit, but he’s going to take a Saturday morning off to share a meal with kids and their families at Hancher. It will be a festive affair with food, music, a few surprises—and, of course, Santa himself!