Cambridge Science Festival
April 13 – 22, 2018 
Join the 10-day (and night!) celebration of 200+ events that makes science accessible, engaging and fun for everyone.
Submit a proposal to run a Festival program or host an event.  We look for ideas that celebrate science, technology, engineering, art and math in ways that combine spirit, interactivity and audience appeal. From The Science of Cocktails to medical simulation, events may be large or small, serious or wild. Our curious community wants to meet you!

Proposal deadline is December 8, 2017, with final details in place by December 31.

Our largest event, the Science Carnival & Robot Zoo, will be Saturday, April 14, and requires a second application form.
Apply to host a booth here: http://bit.ly/2018carnival 

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Name of contact person

 
Organization/Company name

 
Organization/Company website

 
Best contact phone number

 
Mailing address

 
Short paragraph describing the event or program you would like to offer

 
What is your event title, or working title?

 
What is the target audience?


 
What date or dates would you like to offer the event?


 
Do you have an event location?


 
What's the address of the event?

 
What's the capacity of the location?

 
Is registration required?

Note: please do not open registration on eventbrite or other platforms until the online Cambridge Science Festival calendar goes live!
     
 
What are the registration details?

Note: please do not open registration on eventbrite or other platforms until the online Cambridge Science Festival calendar goes live!
 
Is the event free or is there a ticket fee?


 
What's the event fee?

 
Is there a website for the event?


 
What's the URL for the event?

 
Would you like CSF volunteers to assist with your event?

     
 
What are your volunteer needs?

 
Notes to organizers

Anything else you'd like to tell us or any special requests
Thank you for applying!
The Cambridge Science Festival team will be in touch soon.

If you have any questions in the meantime, don't hesitate to contact MaryCat Chaikin, marycat@mit.edu


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