WexSci, Wexford Science Festival, is the County Wexford annual festival of science, technology, engineering, art and maths which takes place this year from the 8th to the 15th of November.
From afterschool workshops, opportunities to meet with those working in STEAM careers, hearing from national and international scientists and researchers to taking part in Baking in Space with Niamh Shaw and Andrew Smyth, the 2020 festival will have something for everyone.
The WexSci team have been busy transforming activities to brand new digital formats for people of all ages to explore and discover science, technology, engineering, art and maths in new ways. Experience our full programme of free events including talks, workshops and experiments, as part of our new online festival programme.
WexSci, Wexford Science Festival is one of a series of regional science festivals run in conjunction with the national Science Week campaign managed by Science Foundation Ireland, which aims to reach communities at a local and regional level. WexSci, led by Wexford County Council Library Service and the Community Development Department, is supported by Project Team Partners including Waterford Wexford Education and Training Board (WWETB), the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Institute of Technology, Carlow and Local Link Wexford. The Festival is part funded by Science Foundation Ireland, under the annual Science Week Funding Call.
We’ve been busy transforming the WexSci Festival into an online format that you can enjoy at home. Check out what’s on this year!
WexSci, Wexford Science Festival is led by the Wexford County Council Library Service with the Community Development Department and is delivered in partnership with our festival stakeholders.