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Like the thought of seeing your name on our gallery wall and online? You can through helping our work by donating €20.17 upwards at this link: [ Sg.ie Link ] You have until the end of the month!
Global Data Protection Day 2017 takes place on Thursday, January 26th. Book your place at the Drop-in Data Protection clinic and for the talk Personal Data: Weapon or Defence? on the pros and cons of data gathering and how to engage with it better at [ Sg.ie Link ] #DPD2017
This Wednesday we're hosting a free lunchtime talk featuring SoS - Survivors of Symphysiotomy chairperson Marie O'Connor and a performance by artist and activist, Mairead Delaney. Tickets are available here: [ Sg.ie Link ]

Lunchtime Talk and Performance: Marie O'Connor and Mairead Delaney

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The 2017 season of First Up - our lunchtime series with Trinity Long Room Hub Arts and Humanities Research Institute features talks by creative entrepreneurs. It commences on January 25th with founders of The Tweed Project, Aoibheann MacNamara and Triona Lillis. Tickets are free at [ Sg.ie Link ]
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Will the notion of work become a thing of the past if machines really can do everything better, faster and for longer? Find out when artists take on the automated future at HUMANS NEED NOT APPLY, opening 10th February at Science Gallery Dublin.

Robots will destroy our jobs – and we're not ready for it

We're delighted to announce the return of First Up. This free season of Wednesday lunchtime talks features creative entrepreneurs and the ideas that they brought to reality. It kicks off on January 25th with the founders of The Tweed Project.
First Up is a collaboration based at Trinity College Dublin between Science Gallery Dublin and Trinity Long Room Hub Arts and Humanities Research...
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First Up: Creative entrepreneurs on breaking through

Thinking big at the start of this new year? Here are some projects that are pushing boundaries in terms of possibilities and solutions.

18 giant infrastructure projects that could reshape the world

Happy (creepy-crawly) Christmas from all of us at Science Gallery Dublin. We look forward to seeing you all in 2017, we're back open on January 4th, MAKESHOP on January 5th.
Science Gallery Dublin will close for Christmas on Thursday 22nd December — our current exhibition, DESIGN AND VIOLENCE, will close at 4pm and the shop will close at 8pm.
We'll re-open on Wednesday 4th January 2017 at 8am, with the exhibition opening at 12pm.
MAKESHOP will be open on until 5pm on Friday 23rd December and will re-open on January 5th.
Catch the second half of our mediator team's specially curated evening of ecclectic five-minute science talks!
Nothing like a bit of good news on a Friday... we're delighted to let you know that the fifth Science Gallery to join the Global Science Gallery Network will be in Venice!

Fifth member of the Global Science Gallery Network to be announced for waterfront site in Venice

There's still a few free tickets available for our last event of the year, Eight Easy Pieces, tomorrow night — join us for an hour of rapid-fire talks from our wonderful mediator team of science fans, art aficionados and technophiles, and hear about the science they like to read about and do in their spare time. [ Sciencegallery.com Link ]
Our second discount day for Trinity College Dublin staff, students and our newsletter subscribers is taking place in our shop and at MakeShop TOMORROW with 20% off at the till. See our newsletter for more details or show your TCD card!
Watch the highlights from a jam-packed Science Week 2016 at Science Gallery Dublin — we hosted a series of talks on global catastrophe, hit the road with MakeShop in Killinarden and celebrated the darker side at DESIGN AND VIOLENCE AFTER DARK.
Our panel of experts will discuss how hostile architecture has crept into cities around the world, with its subtle features aimed at exerting social control. They will look at examples of these social and behaviour controls found in Dublin using photographs taken by participants in our Hostile Architecture Scavenger Hunt. If you would like to participate in the scavenger hunt which will form...
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Can artificial intelligence really do your job better than you? What does an impossible instrument sound like? Should we be worried that the end of the world can be… entertaining? In 2017, Science Gallery at Trinity College Dublin will be answering all of these questions and more – check out next year's programme of exhibitions in this video.
Announcing our programme for 2017 this morning at Science Gallery Café.
Grab your friends, your old knits and anything with an air of festiveness and join us for a night filled with the soft glow of LEDs, the smell of mulled wine and the heat of hot glue guns –– that's right, it's the return of Christmas Jumper Make Night!

Tickets are free to book with a suggested donation of €5 on the night — and 100% of the proceeds go to the Irish Society for Autism. Click...
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Christmas Jumper Make Night

If you're walking through town this weekend, look around you and take note of benches designed to prevent rough sleeping, and spikes affixed to surfaces to stop skateboarders: these are all examples of 'hostile architecture'.

Next Thursday, join Dublin City architect Ali Grehan, Dublin Cyclist Campaign and Cyclist.ie coordinator Damien O'Tuama, and designer at Unthink Colin Farmer to discuss...
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