Green Man Festival
The Green Man festival is on the look out for people interested in bringing a stall to 'Einstein’s Garden' with the aim of engaging festival audiences with science. The deadline is 24 March.
Einsteins Garden is Green Man festivals area of science and nature where art and science collide to bring an exciting and unique line up. There's a diverse programme of performances, workshops and installations that use creativity, play and participation to engage people with science and research in unexpected ways.
The dates for this year are 17-20 August.
The festival are looking for organisations interested in bringing a stall to Einsteins Garden with the aim of engaging festival audiences with science. Stalls could 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 deadline for stall applications is Friday 24 March.
The Einsteins Garden theme for 2017 is (MIS)BEHAVIOUR. It is not essential for science stalls to directly relate to the theme, but it may help to shape your ideas.
Details of the application process and the application form itself can be found here.
Please email the Green Man festival team for more information.
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