Australian Museum and Royal Botanic Garden Sydney – Sydney Science Trail

The Australian Museum and Royal Botanic Garden Sydney invite children and families across the country to the free, month-long, virtual quest.

Sydney Science Trail has launched across the country for National Science Week 2020, and the country’s biggest names in science are joining to talk about the hottest topics in Australia right now.

From 21 August, hear from a panel of scientists and artists who join forces to discuss the interconnectedness of art and science, and how creativity and precision overlap in the creation of innovative work in both fields in Why Science and Art Can’t Live Without Each Other.

Register for Sydney Science Trail and join the mission to help planet Earth today. Visit www.sydneysciencetrail.net.au

Why Science and Art Can’t Live Without Each Other – online from Friday 21 August hosted by ABC Documentary Manager Stephen Oliver.
Scientists and artists join forces to discuss the interconnectedness of art and science and how creativity and precision overlap in the creation of innovative work in both fields.

Hosted by ABC Documentary Manager Stephen Oliver. Panellists include natural history illustrator Sami Bayly, Senior Scientist at the Australian Synchrotron ANSTO Dr Daryl Howard, UTS visual artist Joyce Hinterding.

Date

Saturday, August 15, 2020 - Tuesday, September 15, 2020
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Time

All Day

Cost

Free

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Location

Online - Devonport and Surrounds

Organizer

Australian Museum

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