SMASHfestUK tour finishes with a bang! Next up...FLOOD! 2018
We've finished our fantastic Earth and Sky Tour. Gloucester Library on Saturday October 28th was an inspiring way to finish. Wonderful visitors, collaborators and volunteers. An amazing day of Science and Cultural Capital building, participatory STEAM action, just like the other Earth and Sky Tour days, and our main February festival!
We're now straight into development for our big Deptford Festival in February Half-Term, with this year's storyline - FLOOD! Drop in to this page, or to our Facebook page for developments in the run-up, or have a look at our Flickr galleries and collections for memories of the brilliant tour and other events.
Earth and Sky Tour (and previous events) pictures: flickr gallery.We were also thrilled to WIN 'The Engineer - Collaborate to Innovate: Engagement Initiative' Award on September 5th! Thank you to The Engineer, and the award sponsors Renishaw! Thank you to all of our partners and collaborators, who helped us create such groundbreaking, rich and impactful experiences on the 'Survival Village and Young Explainers' programmes: Middlesex University, University of Greenwich, The Refinery, Telfscot Primary School, Invicta Primary School, Baring Primary School, Lucas Vale Primary School, Kender Primary School, St Mary’s Lewisham CE Primary School, Rathfern Primary School, Woodcroft Primary School, Roe Green Junior School, St Thomas More Catholic Primary School, Conway Primary School, Discovery Primary School and Royal Greenwich Trust School.
A huge thank you to our sponsors and supporters: The Royal Academy of Engineering INGENIOUS, the UK Space Agency 'SPACE FOR ALL', the Science and Technology Facilities Council, Middlesex University London and the University of Greenwich.
In the meantime why not watch our world record attempt at the largest cryo-volcano ever attempted!
Official Measuring of World Record liquid nitrogen model volcano attempt lower resolution version