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Are you staying home this October? There’s a free science and ideas festival that’s online and open to anyone. Over 100 educational events 1— 31 October 2020 for people of all backgrounds explore technology, art, science and society using dance, theatre discussions, film clubs, hands-on activities and more.

Search, browse and filter to find your Festival favourites on: if-oxford.com

Families, teenagers and adults can connect from anywhere in the world to fuse the digital with physical and meet teams of scientists working on everything from the inner workings of the brain to the outer limits of space. One of the larger events Explorazone Digital is a full day of interactive experiments, games, demos and talks — register your place at Explorazone Digital now.

Book your place at if-oxford.com or catch up with #IFOx2020 on twitter.com/oxford_ifinstagram.com/oxford_if and facebook.com/Oxford.IF.

Join from home and connect with science and ideas this October.


Filmmaking opportunity for home educated students

Your film must be completed by 10th December 2020.

CultureStreet and Art UK have to date run three rounds of their young people film and animation competition.  The first round was open to museum and gallery groups, the next two rounds were open to schools and the final round is only open to home educated students and their parents or carers.  Whilst they welcome films from any region they will be awarding six £100 bursaries to the makers of the best films from each of these regions.
East Midlands
(Leicestershire, Lincolnshire, Rutland, Nottinghamshire)
East of England
(Cambridgeshire, Norfolk, Suffolk)
East Scotland
(Perth & Kinross, Angus, Fife, Dundee)
Glasgow and Central Scotland
(Glasgow, West Dunbartonshire, East Dunbartonshire, Renfrewshire, East Renfrewshire, North Ayrshire, Inverclyde, North Lanarkshire)
South Wales
(West Glamorgan, Mid Glamorgan, South Glamorgan, Gwent)
South Central England
(Hampshire & Isle of Wight, Wiltshire, Dorset, Channel Islands)
The best films will be shown on CultureStreet and Art UK. Attached is a leaflet about the competition which gives full details on how to enter.

Kidz to Adultz Exhibitions: Venue to Virtual

The Kidz to Adultz Team at Disabled Living have launched a Venue to Virtual exhibition this year, as they are sadly unable to host an exhibition for the first time in 20 years.

Venue to Virtual will take place week commencing 9th November. The online platform offers visitors free virtual access to the many exhibitors, companies, voluntary and support organisations who will be showcasing their products, equipment and outlining details of their services at various times during week commencing 9th November.

The online facility will showcase a number of live videos at various timeslots throughout the week. You will also be able to download their pdfs and brochures, with the additional bonus of an online chat facility where you can ask the experts questions and their advice on a wider range of products, issues and concerns.

To register please follow this link: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/kidz-to-adultz-exhibitions-venue-to-virtual-registration-116380662695