Thursday February 20, 2020

Cork 2012: Get Curious in the city

Science is boring, right? Cork's CuriousCity festival aims to debunk that myth and brings the city's arts and science spaces together for the first time.

23rd June, 2012
Brú Valabella, Minister of State Seán Sherlock and Rosa Valabella at the launch of CuriousCity at Cork's Midsummer Festival. Photo: DarraghMcSweeney/Provision

Science is boring, right? Cork's CuriousCity festival aims to debunk that myth and brings the city's arts and science spaces together for the first time.

The idea for CuriousCity surfaced around the table of the Economic Working Group of Cork City Learning Forum in response to the call from Dublin City of Science for projects across the country. Its programme is packed with events that blur the boundary between science and art.

"The Learning Forum,...

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