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Join us at the National Science and Media Museum on 16th March between 5-7pm for an open ideas exchange between people from across Bradford and National Science and Media Museum staff.

Coming out of Above the Noise: 15 Stories From Bradford exhibtion, we’re creating an ongoing forum which connects National Science and Media Museum staff with people, groups and orgainisations across Bradford.

The event will kick off with a series of very short 3 minute lightening talks as a way of exchanging ideas, activities and seeking new collaborators. The talks will be followed by lots of chance to informally chat and meet new people.


John Rooney who manages operations at the National Science and Media Museum will explore how the museum can be a good neighbour

Ben McKenna will introduce current and future plans at Solidaritech

Hafsah Nibe, an artist interested in the intersection between science and religion, will speak to the title ‘Cinderella City’

Tim Smith on Rivers of Tea exploring the links between Bradford and Sylhet in Bangladesh

Sarah Linley who is Communications Manager, Horton Housing will talk about ‘Communicating with hard-to-reach audiences’

Alex De Little, a researcher and sound artist, will be speaking about a current project ‘Sonic Futures: Collecting, Curating and Engaging with Sound at the National Science and Media Museum’

Posted by:Helen Graham