New Zealand International Science Festival 6 - 15 July 2018
The New Zealand International Science Festival is gearing up for our largest festival to date! Check back in on the 12th June for our full programme launch with over 200 events that will take over the city of Dunedin. The print programme will be available on the 14th June via The Star newspaper which will be delivered to houses throughout Dunedin plus key festival outlets. Be sure to sign up to our newsletter or like us on facebook to get up to date information as we announce events and special guests.
Otago Museum’s Perpetual Guardian Planetarium will become the synthesized universe of musician Anthonie Tonnon as part of the New Zealand International Science Festival this July.
Science is coming to South Dunedin this July with an entirely free science programme for the first time!
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While we are still working on the 2018 programme you can have a look at the festival programme for 2016.
The New Zealand International Science Festival would not be possible without the generous support of our partners.