Explore what’s on at WSFB 2022
Behold our City of Science!
World Science Festival Brisbane returns this March, bigger and better than ever before.
Science, technology and art collide with interactive art and science installations, engaging discussions with leading scientists and experts, and an expansive program of free and ticketed events.
From 9-13 March, Brisbane will ignite with conversations that run the gamut from achieving a net zero future to embracing traditional science, new medicine, the expansion of the Universe and if it’s possible to unlock the anatomy of a joke. Alongside these innovative and new offerings, festival favourites will return to delight visitors of all ages, including The Turtle Hatchery, City of Science and a range of family entertainment at The Nucleus.
This year, Curiocity Brisbane features as a key pillar of World Science Festival Brisbane programming. Over 12 days, visitors can let their imaginations roam free with installations from high-profile artists that celebrate the connection between science, art and technology.
From STEM workshops and maths games to the first Get Green! Sustainability Market, there’s something for the whole family and budding scientists and creatives alike.
Don’t forget to check out our Digital Program. Now you can engage with the wonders of science through a curated program of pre-recorded conversations, all from the comfort of your home.
We’ve compiled a list of some of our favourite offerings from this year’s Festival, ignite your curiocity and explore what’s on today:
Level 3, Queensland Museum
Star Trek meets Jurassic Park in this world first holographic experience. Travel back in time and walk among some of the most breathtaking prehistoric animals imaginable. Come face to face with ancient creatures made of light and imagination.
Night of the Nerds
The Festival’s very own, very nerdy, variety game show! In the ultimate nerd showdown, two all-star teams of scientists, tech heads and funny people will tackle the important questions: what is the 10th decimal place of Pi? Who was the best captain on the Starship Enterprise? And what is the meaning of life?
The Super Smart Slightly Silly Seriously Sensational Science Spectacular
The Nucleus, South Bank Piazza
Jump into a weekend of family entertainment with children’s educator and entertainer Ranger Stacey and a stellar cast of the smartest, funniest and cutest scientists ever assembled. This stupendous science show is built for families looking for a fun day out with a side serving of science!
Sir Thomas Brisbane Planetarium
Mt Coot-tha Road, Toowong
Take a celestial journey to the universe and beyond in the awe-inspiring Cosmic Skydome at the Sir Thomas Brisbane Planetarium. Featuring the Australian premiere of Path 99, and First Nation’s Astronomer Karlie Noon presenting Take Me to the Moon with Karlie Noon.
For the full program visit our events page. What will you discover at World Science Festival Brisbane?
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