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7-9pm Friday 6th and Saturday 7th, Festival Hub @ TMAG

Diversity in STEMM Gallery

From the team behind That’s What I Call Science 

7-9pm | 

That’s What I Call Science is a national award-winning radio show and podcast that
celebrates Science, Technology, Engineering, Maths and Medicine (STEMM) in Tasmania. For Science Week 2021, the all-women team is creating an online gallery that showcases and celebrates underrepresented people working in STEMM in our island state. Presented at Beaker Street Festival, the immersive gallery will use light and sound to feature the faces and stories of more than 36 diverse people working in different areas of STEMM. The gallery can also be viewed online via a dedicated webpage, follow That’s What I Call Science on any social media channel for updates.

COVID-19 Entry Conditions
All visitors 16 years and older are required to register their details on entry via the Check In TAS app. Please maintain social distancing especially when queueing or at our bars. If you are unwell, please stay home.

For visitors to the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery (TMAG)
Due to capacity limits at our Festival Hub at TMAG, patrons may be required to wait for admission to the site. Ticket holders for pre- booked talks will be given priority entry to TMAG, but may be asked to move directly to the talk venue.

Accessibility
The Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery is fully accessible. If you have any questions about specific requirements, ring TMAG on (03) 6165 7000.