Melting Ice

This inspiration workshop is especially for young people up to the age of 24.

If you're interested in poetry, climate change or art & activism, join us to explore climate change through poetry.

You'll get the opportunity to:

  • Meet professional poets
  • Take part in poetry-writing workshops
  • Explore how climate change is impacting our world
  • Discover how art can be used for activism

This event is part of the Melting Ice Writing Challenge

Meet the Experts

Discover some of the fascinating work done by our teams of curators and conservators in these short weekly talks.

Programme

4 October: ‘The Parting Cheer’: Saying Goodbye to Victorian Britain

Dr Robert Blyth, Senior Curator of World History

11 October: ‘Davy Jones’s Locker’: An Underwater World by W L Wyllie

Dr Pieter van de Merwe, Greenwich Curator

18 October: Conserving the Armada Portrait of Elizabeth I

Observatory Unlocked

Enjoy a range of public talks and activities delivered by our Observatory Explainers, ranging from short talks on the hidden stories of the Royal Observatory, Greenwich, to solar observing and hands on science demonstrations.

Our team of Observatory Explainers can answer your burning questions about astronomy such as: why do we need dark matter to explain the universe and how do astronomers know that space is expanding?

Foundation Astrophysics - SOLD OUT

Our foundation astrophysics programme is an opportunity to study without the cost of accreditation or the pressure of examinations, but require knowledge of basic science and algebra.

While these courses are not formally accredited, students are assessed through coursework and receive certificates of achievement from the Royal Observatory, Greenwich, on the completion of all modules. There are six ten-week modules in the programme that run over two years, which do not have to be studied in order.

Tutor: Roger O’ Brien.

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