The Festival of Curiosity, an annual celebration of art, science, technology and design, takes place once again this July in the Capital.
The inaugural Festival of Curiosity took place in back 2013, billed as Dublin’s annual festival of science and arts. It has quickly grown to being one of the most exciting and innovative festivals of its kind either at home or abroad.
The festival takes an original approach as to how we think about, and engage with, science, technology, engineering, and maths (STEM) for all ages. The vision of the organisers is a world where we can all be curious – they want us all to ignite Dublin’s curious heart.
The festival brings together some of the world’s most innovative leaders and strategic partners from business, education, culture, and philanthropy, who believe in forging a brighter future for our country, and creating and fostering a culture of curiosity.
The Festival of Curiosity takes place in Dublin from 21st to 24th July, 2016, with over 40,000 people expected to descend on the capital from all across the globe. The full programme will be announced at the end of June, so why not sign up for the festival newsletter and be kept up-to-date with all the news and goings-on.
One thing is for sure, you can expect four days packed full of surprise and delight as the city comes alive in an energetic fusion of science, arts, culture and curious technology.
The Festival of Curiosity is a not-for-profit organisation with charitable status. They rely heavily on the support of their partners and patrons. If you are in a position to help out, why not become a Friend of the Festival for just €25, or consider making a larger contribution if possible.
Lead image courtesy Festival of Curiosity