“I like to be on the edge of the possible.” - Jørn Utzon
STEM at the House celebrates all of the amazing activities happening this August in celebration of National Science Week. Join us for a range of STEM programs that incorporate our unique Opera House site and its function as a major performing arts and cultural venue.
The Sydney Opera House is an internationally renowned masterpiece where design, architecture, the built environment, and creativity change the way people experience the world. The building was made possible through the collaboration between architects, engineers and builders. This includes architects Jørn Utzon and Peter Hall, and Sir Ove Arup who was an engineer, designer and philosopher.
Join award-winning maths teacher, author, and Wootube star Eddie Woo to learn about geometry, infinite numbers, and the importance of creativity in STEM. Each episode features special guests who have consulted on the design of the Opera House and includes a worksheet to support continued learning.
Discover what's living in the water around the Opera House, learn about the project to protect it, and ways you can help build a more sustainable future!
Get in touch
For more information about these programs, and to see how we can support cross-curricula teaching and learning in the classroom, please contact our Creative Learning team at email@example.com.
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