We’re delighted to be hosting a curious series of events in Dublin this November as part of Science Week 2019.
Food for the Curious
Fermented Foods Edition
Adult Evening Event
Friday November @ 7pm
Join Gerry Scullion, founder of King of Kefir, and Eoin Williams of Blas Cafe for an evening Science Week event bringing together food makers, tasters and scientists exploring the latest in fermented foods. Tickets include a selection of tasty fermented foods in tapas style.
Aerial Hammocks Workshops
Parent & Child Workshop
Monday Nov 11th & Tuesday Nov 12th
1pm & 2pm
Train like an Astronaut! Prepare for your next space mission by learning to float, turn upside down, and spin while supported by aerial hammocks in this parent and child workshop.
Fashion & Electronics
Sew Your Circuit Workshop with Ally Nolan.
Workshop for Ages 12+
Saturday Nov 16th @ Science Gallery Dublin
13.30 – 16.30 (3 hours)
A three-hour long workshop for young people exploring fashion and electronics with Ally Nolan, fashion designer, founder of Orchard Studio and winner of Future/Fashion Design Residency Award at The Festival of Curiosity 2017. Suitable for ages 9+ and taking place at Science Gallery Dublin.
Staging Science: Exploring Science & Theatre
Wednesday Nov 13th @ Science Gallery Dublin
A case study and panel discussion about the challenges, opportunities and funding possibilities for staging STEM related theatre and performance art. Playwright Hugh Travers will give a case study about his critically acclaimed play These Stupid Things which was funded by Science Foundation Ireland and performed as part of the Festival of Curiosity. Followed by a panel discussion with creatives who have produced touring work in the field of science and technology.
Find out more about Science Week 2019
To discover all the events happening across Ireland as part of Science Week 2019 visit the Science Week website for more details.
Science Week Ireland is a week-long event in Ireland each November, celebrating science in our everyday lives. The Science Week programme includes workshops, science shows, talks, laboratory demonstrations, science walks and other science-related events. It is a collaboration of events involving industry, colleges, schools, libraries, teachers, researchers and students throughout Ireland.