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A career in STEM can take you to some extraordinary places and epic adventures to uncover the mysteries of our amazing planet. More than experiments in labs or reviewing samples, the world of STEM post-secondary school offers incredible variety in activity and interests.
Showcasing a variety of STEM and industry professionals, Epic Science Adventures will demonstrate to students the real-world inspirational jobs that show there’s no limit to where they might go and what they can do!
This program explores Critical and Creative Thinking and Science as a Human Endeavour for Grades 6 to 12.
Explore the full World Science Festival program here.
World Science Festival Brisbane The Invisible Universe20 MarPlayhouse, QPAC
Experience a cosmic demonstration and discover astronomers’ exploration of dark regions of the universe.
World Science Festival Brisbane Fossils! Queensland’s Quirkiest Creatures21 MarPlayhouse, QPAC
Explore thrilling stories about the animals that once roamed our planet.
World Science Festival Brisbane Maths, Music & Sum Songs21 MarCremorne Theatre, QPAC
A musically inspired maths party that strings together merry numerical melodies.
World Science Festival Brisbane Dr Graham’s Blow-Up Science22 MarCremorne Theatre, QPAC
Dr Graham explodes his way through the chemistry and physics of things that go bubble, boom, zoom and bang!
World Science Festival Brisbane Future Careers with Dr Karl Kruszelnicki22 MarPlayhouse, QPAC
Dr Karl discusses future careers across the many STEM pathways.
World Science Festival Brisbane ADA15 - 24 MarFestival Ground, Cultural Forecourt, QPAC
ADA by Karina Smigla-Bobinski is an interactive sculpture comprised of a ‘post-digital drawing machine’, featured at the Cultural Centre Forecourt.
World Science Festival Brisbane ADA X CASUS: Movement Performance15 and 23 Mar 2024, 6:30pmFestival Ground, Cultural Forecourt, QPAC
Performers of award-winning troupe Casus, bring their sheer physicality and multi-disciplinary movement to ADA by Karina Smigla-Bobinski.
World Science Festival Brisbane Art + Activism: Caring for Country16 Mar 2024, 1:00pmTheatre, Level 2, Queensland Museum Kurilpa, Brisbane
An engaging panel conversation that explores the powerful intersection of art, culture and environmental activism.