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Yep, that's right - We're collaborating with Mona Foma 2021
It's Sci Art Walks with a twist, featuring artistic and scientific delights for your ears and eyes, in Launceston (15-17 Jan) and Hobart (22-24 Jan).
Find all the details and access the project here.
Beaker Street is a not-for-profit organisation in Tasmania that exists to promote the intersection of art and science. We facilitate collaborative projects amongst artists, scientists, and the public. We host engaging and interactive events, workshops, talks, discussions, and installations. We believe every pub should have a microscope and every scientific talk should have live music, and probably a bar too. Check out our team on our About page.
Our flagship event is Beaker Street Festival, a celebration of science and art, which takes place around Tasmania, with a hub at the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery, each August.
Flick through the slide show to find out what people are saying...

"More engaging and interactive than anything I've done anywhere else in Australia. Especially leading a dancing, New Orleans-style jazz band into the museum, followed by a few hundred people."


—  Dr Karl

Wondering what it's all about? Check out some photos and videos from past years, or peruse our packed 2019 program. Leave your email address in the form below and we'll send you the 2021 program as soon as it's out. You'll also go in the running to win free festival passes.
Beaker Street also hosts other events and projects throughout the year. Join our mailing list below or like our Facebook page to stay up-to-date.
If you'd like to learn more or book a custom workshop or talk, drop us a line

This year's exciting new project, Sci Art Walks, is now live and available for your listening pleasure from anywhere in the world. Check it out at There you'll find our Sci Art Walks episodes, each featuring originally composed music paired with a fascinating scientific talk, by a brilliant lineup of Tasmanian artists and scientists. You can stream or download the episodes directly from the website, free of charge, and learn more about the participants and the suggested walking locations. Sci Art Walks is also available on your favourite podcast platform.