Call for stalls
The Green Man Festival, held in Wales during August, is looking for anyone keen to engage Festival audiences with science.
The Green Man Festival is held near the Black Mountains in Wales and attracts 20,000 festival goers. The festival has earned a reputation as one of the great independent festivals in the UK.
The 2016 festival dates are 18-21 August.
Einsteins Garden area offers a fusion of science, art and nature. It has a diverse programme of performances, workshops and installations that use creativity, play and participation to engage people with science and research.
It is looking for stalls to engage festival audiences with science. Stalls can explore fundamental scientific ideas or phenomena, the process of science or current scientific research. It is essential that stalls include as much interactivity and participation as possible for festival goers and that they embody the creative and playful spirit of Einsteins Garden.
The Einsteins Garden theme for 2016 is Complexity. It is not essential for science stalls to directly relate to the theme, but it may help to shape your ideas.
If you would like to apply to run a science stall in Einsteins Garden, please complete the online form by Monday 21 March.
The Green Man Festival will provide up to 6 festival passes for successful applicants but are unable to cover any expenses or provide meal vouchers.
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