Sharing our story with Confabulation and Broad Science
Kika will be sharing our origin story on stage TONIGHT at the Phi Center in Old Town, Montreal, through a partnership with Confabulation and Broad Science. The theme of the event is “It’s a Phase: Stories of stage, changes and transformations.”
Learn the story behind about our goal to combine photography, filmmaking, and powerful science storytelling.
More about the event HERE
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