Be Part of Our 

Festival Now!

Science in the City, European Researchers’ Night, has established itself as one of Malta’s largest national science and arts festival hosted in Valletta. 

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With over 30,000 visitors last year alone, it is a fantastic opportunity for scientists and artists to collaborate and get creative. We are a platform for art installations, exhibitions, music, comedy, theatre and the performing arts, which engage citizens with science. We’re looking forward to your participation.

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Our theme this year is, The Science of YOU

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Proposals outside this theme will be considered on a case-by-case basis. Please get in touch BEFORE submission.

Important Dates and Forms

Deadline for proposal submission is by midnight 28 December 2018. 

Applications must be filled in here (Inc. CV and portfolio (optional): 

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Download the guidelines here

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Applicants will be notified by end January 2019. A Networking & Info session about the call, will be held on the 22 November at 6:30pm, The Events Room, Centre for Entrepreneurship and Business Incubation (CEBI) Level 2, Dar Ġuzeppi Zahra, University of Malta. 

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The festival will take place on the night of the 27th September, 2019. 

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The events should preferably also be available for Notte Bianca 2019, the following week. The possibility of other locations on different dates can also be requested.

Project

Proposals

For more information contact:

Edward Duca 

edward.duca@um.edu.mt 

Mob: +356 9923 9974

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Karen Fiorini 

karen.fiorini@um.edu.mt 

Mob: +356 9986 8348

In 2019, Science in the City will focus most of its activities on the theme The Science of YOU, celebrating each and every one of us. 

We want to use various art forms to engage new audiences with scientific research projects.

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On the night of the 27th September, Valletta will be transformed into a space celebrating research. We are interested in performances, music, theatre, plays, stand-up comedy, exhibitions and art installations that are interactive, captivate the public’s imagination and challenge their perspective of science. 

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We are also on the lookout for creative ways for researchers and students to communicate science to the public through innovative demonstrations, workshops, busking, quizzes, competitions, treasure hunts, tours, and possibly more.

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