Nuclear Power CenterDrawings
70 x 87 & 27x21 cm
pencil on paper
A new highly interactive exhibition exploring the complex world of nuclear science, medicine and nuclear power. The formerly active Nuclear Power Station as a new museum. The outstanding presentation looks not only look at science and technology, but also at the changes in social attitudes over the last century. From early 20th century support for radioactive products to today’s divided views on all things nuclear. The possibilities and shortcomings are explored in visual comments by artists.
Opening hours: Wednesday, Friday and Saturday from 11a.m. to 6p.m.
Talks and lectures – Wednesday Talks: Inside stories brought by many professionals: curators, conservators, designers and experts on the field.
Talks and lectures – Free Radicals: A monthly series of sustainability talks about the use of nuclear power.
Museum for hire: The Nuclear Centre is an award-winning facility offering spectacular architectural spaces for hire, including theatres, meeting rooms and exhibition areas suitable for cocktails, dinners and product launches. The museum is a truly unique conference and special events venue.
To keep the use of nuclear energy in line with the overall good of society, and in particular to ensure that the use of nuclear energy is safe for mankind and the environment and does not promote the proliferation of nuclear weapons, this centre lays down general principles for the use of nuclear energy, the implementation of nuclear waste management and the licensing and control of the use of nuclear energy, and the competent authorities.