2019 Festival Event:

Ada and the Engine

Ada Lovelace: mathematician, poet, first computer programmer. Ada and the Engine is a play that portrays Ada's struggles as a female in a field of only men and highlights the same struggles that women still have today in STEM. Come see the play and the multimedia gallery portraying women throughout history in STEM fields. Following select performances, we will have a talk back about the themes of the play.

Directions and parking
Take I-20 East to Exit 90 (Covington/Oxford exit). The exit ramp will merge with Highway 278 East toward Covington. Continue on this street until the third traffic light. Turn left onto Highway 81 North (Emory Street) and continue for approximately one mile. Turn left at the Oxford College entrance sign onto Pierce Street. This street will take you to the campus.
Once on campus, there will be visitor parking on the left and right of Pierce street.
See the campus map for more info.

Note: This event repeats on Friday, March 22 as part of the Festival, as well as Saturday, March 23 (not part of 2019 Festival).

Presented by Oxford College of Emory University

Topics: Engineering Math Robotics Visual & Performing Arts
Audience: Adults Teens (13-18 yrs)

Where

Tarbutton Performing Arts Center, Oxford College

Few Circle

Oxford, 30054

When

Thursday, March 21st, 2019

7:30 pm – 9:30 pm

Admissions

Price: $5

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