Science in the City is Malta’s national science and arts festival held in Valletta, a UNESCO World Heritage site. On the big night (29 September—European Researchers’ Night), the city is transformed by science-inspired art installations, exhibitions, music, dance, theatre, children’s shows, live experiments, talks, tech areas, and much more.
Science in the City 2017 will be held on the 29th September in Valletta
Among the many activities, this year’s highlights are the Science Fair, STEAM Squared, Light Pushes Stuff, Hologram and Jazz for the Brain. This memorable night provides a platform for citizens to engage with scientists and their research. It also involves some of Malta’s leading artists and entertainers, with this year’s performers including Malcolm Galea, Sean Briffa, Toni Gialanze, Andrew Schembri, Joseph Camilleri Bibi, Diccon Cooper, Carlo Muscat and others. This year’s edition will also include games, dance and even a 5-piece jazz band , all related to this year’s theme, “Futures Today’s Research; Tomorrow’s Society”.