Maths Craft is delighted to have been invited back to the Space & Science Festival in 2018! This year the festival's daytime event will be held on 26 May from 12 to 4 pm at Onslow College, Wellington. The Space & Science Festival is an annual celebration of science at which thousands of visitors enjoy a wide range of science activities and talks.
The Maths Craft area will feature a collection of craft creation stations that promises to engage people of all ages. Knit a mathematical knot, explore the wonders of the Möbius strip, fold an origami octahedron, draw an impossible triangle, or colour a Latin square and learn about the fascinating relationships between maths and craft. Enthusiastic volunteers, experienced in both mathematics and crafts, will make you feel at home no matter what your age or background.
As well as Maths Craft, the Space & Science Festival will feature rockets, the world of energy, engineering with robots & electronics, 3D augmented reality, science talks, and fun with physics, chemistry, & biological sciences. Plus there will be a chance to meet special guests from NASA, Dr. Yvonne Cagle and Dr. Jen Blank!
Tickets to the Space & Science Festival are only $10 per person and can be purchased online. Tickets are limited due to venue restrictions so get in fast!
The Space & Science Festival also have other events running throughout May, so check out their website for more information.
About the Space & Science Festival
The Space & Science Festival is an event run by the Space & Science Festival Society, a not-for-profit organisation formed entirely by volunteers who are passionate about inspiring the next generation of amazing people growing up in New Zealand. They aim to give children of all ages and their families amazing experiences to inspire them to follow their interests in space, astronomy, astrophotography, science, technology, engineering, and maths at a festival run each year. Any profits above and beyond what are needed to run the festival are invested in supporting educational needs in these subjects.
Maths Craft’s presence at this event was sponsored by: