22 July 2021
Witness the spectacular tree houses of the Korowai of West Papua. Visit tree sitter Miranda Gibson, whose 449-day protest against clearfelling in Tasmania’s Tyenna Valley led to a World Heritage listing. Science Week Tasmania will…
20 July 2021
Sixty years since the Antarctic Treaty came into force, what have been the successes in managing the geopolitical challenges and what comes next?
7 July 2021
This is an interactive evening where you can explore the booming video game industry in Tasmania. You’ll learn about some of the grants available through Screen Tasmania, and get to speak to the game makers…
5 July 2021 - 31 July 2021
The City of Hobart’s Bush Adventures are a range of activities and events, such as nocturnal tours and nature walks, aimed at expanding your understandings of the importance of healthy and diverse eco-systems. All events…
5 July 2021 - 9 July 2021
Back by popular demand, the School Holiday program features flying, finger painting, dinosaurs, filmmaking, and AWESOME engineering.
1 July 2021
Hear from inspiring guest speakers and like-minded entrepreneurial business women in this exciting and informative livestream panel. This Summit brings together an invaluable alliance of industry partners offering Enterprising Women access to a network of…
1 July 2021
#SciPubTrivia Enjoy classic pub trivia with a science theme, with support from QueersInScience Tas. Grab some friends or come alone and meet new ones!
1 July 2021
Author and science reporter Dr Jonica Newby will lead an online conversation on how to navigate the emotional turmoil of climate change. Jonica will share both personal and scientific insights on how to respond to…
27 June 2021
The geology of Tasmania is very ancient, complex, highly mineralised and controversial, and most of the west was poorly understood, until in recent decades the mapping, dating and information compilation coordinated by the Tasmanian Geological…
26 June 2021
Do you have a passion for sharing knowledge? Do you like to help people or offer guidance? The new Hive building is under construction, but they’are already looking for people who would like to share…
23 June 2021
The scientific evidence for global warming is unequivocal. To avoid the widespread and dangerous impacts of climate change, strong action is required. Mitigation responses are critical to reduce the rate of warming in the global…
22 June 2021
We have all been affected by the pandemic in some way. We have been isolated and have had to cope with COVID restrictions and limitations on travel and work. Come along to the relaxed atmosphere…