The Festival of Curiosity takes a brand new approach to how we think about and how we engage with science, technology, engineering and maths for all ages.
The Festival of Curiosity 2015 begins next week, on Thursday 23rd July. Ireland was the European Capital of Science in 2012 and the Festival of Curiosity has become an annual legacy event to celebrate science, technology, art and design. The aim is to make science appealing and accessible to everyone.
“From the free day time family programme to lively and curated curious nights, expect a programme full of surprise and delight as you experience the city come alive in an energetic fusion of science, arts, culture & curious technology at The Festival of Curiosity, Dublin from July 23 – 26, 2015.”
Many events are free but require advance registration. Some are ticket only. What is guaranteed is that you will find something exciting for yourself and your family. The full programme can be found here.
On Saturday 24th, the Dublin Maker will be held on the Physics Lawn at Trinity College Dublin between 10am and 6pm. Several of us went last year and had a wonderful time visiting all the show and tell stands and getting hands-on experience. So, we plan to go again. If you’d like to join us, drop us a line or watch out for the Gifted Ireland bubble on the day and introduce yourself.