Curiocity Schools Challenge – recipients announced

In 2022, Curiocity Brisbane will be delivered as part of World Science Festival Brisbane, presented by Queensland Museum Network.

 

The 2022 Curiocity Schools Challenge invited classes or individual students to develop ideas for an installation that they could build. Installations could be physical or digital and related to one or more STEM principles.

 

Congratulations to our successful Curiocity Schools Challenge recipients for 2022:

  • Boonah State High School
  • MacGregor State High School
  • Isis District State High School
  • Lota State School
  • Blackall Range Independent School
  • Dalby South State School

These schools Curiocity ideas will now come to life — specially built and displayed as part of Curiocity Brisbane at World  Science Festival Brisbane 2022. In addition, successful schools will have the opportunity to take part in the official opening of World Science Festival Brisbane and Curiocity Brisbane.

 

Explore the mind-blowing 2022 Curiocity Artworks created by artists across the world.

 

 

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