17 June 2023 - 18 June 2023
Exhibition Road, South Kensington, London
Join us in South Kensington as we celebrate the power of awe and wonder to inspire us, motivate change and spark innovation in science and the arts, at the Great Exhibition Road Festival.
Share your moments of awe and wonder and take part in a weekend of free events for all ages. The Society is collaborating with 20 neighbours across Albertopolis, including some of the world’s most iconic museums and institutions, to create a unique festival fusing art, science, technology and curiosity.
From the Great Exhibition of 1851 in Hyde Park to the communities, artists, and scientists in South Kensington today, awe-inspiring ideas and moments of wonder change our sense of what is possible and move us to act and achieve great things.
Come to the Great Exhibition Road Festival this summer to discover an exciting range of events lined up with something for everyone, including hands-on workshops, fascinating talks, music performances and installations.
Register for the Festival now and follow us @ExRdFestival on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook for the latest updates and to be the first to hear about popular talks, workshops and shows.
Featured image: The Great Exhibition Road Festival
[Online] This webinar will hear from professionals who share their tips on how to make the most of a new role, whether you are starting your first job, moving teams or joining a new organisation.
4 April 2023
[In-person and online] Through the Society's Mount Everest collection, this talk recounts the contribution of the porters in the mountaineering expeditions, and explores the possibilities of how a history of their participation can be drawn out through such archival materials.
17 April 2023
[Online] You are invited to join the Society's Disaster Risk Management Professional Practice Group for the next event in our fireside chat series, focusing on careers in disaster risk management.
26 April 2023
[In-person] Field visit led by Peter Christie. Bideford's medieval bridge has been maintained by the Bridge Trust, an ancient local charity which continues its work today.
21 June 2023
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