Registration for all public Curiosity Hub workshops is handled online through Eventbrite.
Our event registration pages contain details about the workshop activities, recommended ages,
pricing, location and what to bring.
We pride ourselves on small class sizes, which means our workshops often sell out quickly - so don't forget to sign up for our newsletter to be the first to hear about new sessions.
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We are based in Brighton & Hove, Sussex, UK, and run workshops for children and teenagers at community centres and maker spaces in the region during weekends, school half-terms and holidays. Each workshop has a recommended age range spanning three school year groups, with activities pitched at the appropriate level.
You'll find students exploring with Lego® robots, learning to program inside a Minecraft world, building extreme structures, creating their own animated movies and much more!
You'll often find us running STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts & Maths) activities for both children and adults at public outreach events throughout Brighton & Hove, Sussex and the UK.
We are strongly committed to supporting initiatives that advocate for under-represented communities in STEAM, particularly girls and women, and we work hard to make our workshops welcoming and inclusive to all. We are proud to be a part of such events as Spring Forward Festival, National Women in Engineering Day and Ada Lovelace Day.
We would like to thank our volunteers and the sponsors of previous events, whose kind support has often allowed us to offer activities for free or at a highly subsidised rate.
If your company would like to sponsor a Curiosity Hub outreach event, either by providing a venue or covering activity costs, or if you would like to volunteer at a future event, please get in touch!