It will provide an exciting opportunity for people to come together to celebrate and discover the latest developments in our research, and to have conversations about issues which affect our lives, our culture and society.
The majority of activities will take place at or near the National Waterfront Museum (including Swansea Museum and LC2), with some satellite events in the city centre. There will also be some activities in the Marina Market, which takes place outside the museum on Sunday 10th September.
Your ProposalProposals should be aimed at either non-specialist adults with broad interests or a family audience. Please indicate which audience your proposal is for in the form.
If your event is accepted, you will need to provide an image (JPEG or TIFF) for marketing materials, fill out a risk assessment and provide us with detailed logistics information in advance of the Festival.
Key ContactsWe encourage you to discuss your ideas with us before submitting your proposal. If youhave any questions or want to discuss your ideas, please contact Emma Nehemiah E.J.Nehemiah@swansea.ac.uk or Sharon Bishop firstname.lastname@example.org.
We will also be looking for proposals that might be of interest to the media. If you would like to discuss the potential news value of your research please contact Jacqui Bowen on email@example.com.
Key DateThe deadline for submissions is 24th March 2017