Science Week at The Ark

12 Nov - 17 Nov 2018

This year for Science week, we are heading into space with Dr Niamh Shaw and exploring science through music with Nick Roth, with events for children and grown-ups. Supported by Science Foundation Ireland

Science Week at The Ark

Schools: Chemical Composition - Making Music with H2O

13 Nov - 14 Nov 2018

Composer Nick Roth will visit your school to lead children in examining the chemical composition of water through music. For 1st-3rd or 4th-6th Classes. Part of Science Week 2018.

Schools: Chemical Composition - Making Music with H2O

Schools: Drama & Dreams Inspired by Space

14 Nov - 15 Nov 2018

Dr Niamh Shaw will visit your school to deliver a science based workshop created to ignite a love of STEM. The workshop teaches children about astronomy in a fun and engaging way, through presentation, storytelling and drama. Part of Science Week 2018.

Schools: Drama & Dreams Inspired by Space

Talk for Adults:  Learning Science through Music

15 Nov

Drawing on residencies at the California Academy of Sciences (CalAcademy) and the European Space Agency (ESA), this free talk for grown-ups with Nick Roth, explores the function of music as a means of translating and understanding science.

Talk for Adults:  Learning Science through Music

Life on Mars - Let’s make a Habitat!

17 Nov

What do humans need to stay alive and work efficiently on Earth? How could we meet these needs in space? Find out in these fun, science-based workshops for ages 10-12 with Dr Niamh Shaw. Part of Science Week 2018

Life on Mars - Let’s make a Habitat!