On June 6, the UFRJ Science Park opens the second phase of the Short Circuit Gallery of Public Art, a partnership of the institution with the School of Fine Arts (EBA/UFRJ) that has been transforming the 350 thousand square meters of the Park into an area of art experimentation, combined with technology and innovation. There will be four new works, in a total, now, of 10 made by students and professors from the School of Fine Arts. The majority of the works is interactive and can be used as urban furniture by the visitors and employees of the Park and its companies. The opening will be at 10 AM, at the UFRJ Science Park auditorium. On the date scheduled, there will be a round-table about art, technology and innovation with experts and artists.