The Open University is delighted to be hosting a range of activities as part of the Glasgow Science Festival 2023.
Find the Glasgow Science Festival team in the centre hall at the Kelvingrove Art Gallery & Museum, with free activities for all ages, linked to the collections and the festival's theme 'Glasgow’s Looking Forward'.
Staff and students from The Open University will be on hand, offering opportunities for you to take part in a musical treasure hunt, have a go at building the Leonardome, be a lunar explorer, and investigate an augmented reality heart.
All of these events are free and no booking is required. There is more information about all of these on the Glasgow Science Festival website, or you can click on the individual event links below.
Interactive events at Kelvingrove:
Saturday 10 June 1.30-4.30pm, Sunday 11 June 12.00-3.00pm
Other OU activities at the Glasgow Science Festival:
The Open University is presenting an interactive talk about the Earth's energy and renewable energy sources, on Saturday 3 June, at the My Earth art exhibition at Mackintosh Queens Cross Church in Glasgow.
We also have content in the Glasgow Science Festival's 'Science on the Sofa' programme - a range of activities, talks, and experiments you can participate in all from the comfort of your own sofa! The free online programme will be available 1-30 June for you to browse at your leisure.