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Love science, art and technology? Volunteer for Curiocity Brisbane

8 March 2019

Volunteers are invited to take up a spectacular, fun, new short-term volunteering experience to be part of Curiocity Brisbane from March 15 to April 3.

The inaugural Curiocity Brisbane is a series of science, art and technology experiences spanning the Brisbane River.

Curiocity Brisbane includes the World Science Festival Brisbane 2019 (March 20-24), brand-new global technology and innovation event QODE (April 2-3) and a trail of 14+ eye-opening interactive installations called Curiocities (March 15 - April 3).

These mind-bending Curiocities are positioned along the Brisbane River from South Bank’s Cultural Precinct to Brisbane Powerhouse and operate both day and night over the 20 days.

Curiocities are one-of-a-kind installations, pop-ups and interactive spaces crafted by local and international artists, technicians and makers on display and free for everyone to explore.

Up to 500 volunteers are invited to become ‘Curiocity Rovers’ to ensure Curiocity Brisbane runs smoothly and all visitors have the best time possible exploring the Curiocities installations.

Volunteers will be the friendly face of the event, greeting visitors, helping them navigate the installation and answering general questions.

Find out more and apply to volunteer at: volunteeringqld.org.au/curiocity


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