The Museum of Arts and Sciences is pleased to present The Weather is Turning Weird: Data Visualizations by Nathalie Miebach.
This exhibition is on display now through January 4, 2015 and features the work of nationally recognized artist Nathalie Miebach. Miebach focuses on the intersection of art and science and the visual articulation of scientific observations. Ten of her woven sculptures, made of colorful reeds, rope, wood, and beads currently on display at the Museum of Arts and Sciences represent mammoth storms. Using the methodologies of both disciplines, she translates scientific data related to astronomy, ecology, and meteorology into colorful, intricate, tactile woven sculptures. Because weaving provides an effective grid through which she interprets data in three-dimensional space, her work lets us consider data from new perspectives.
Talented young artists from all around Georgia were featured in this traveling exhibition of winning entries in a competition associated with the Junior Duck Stamp Conservation and Design Program, sponsored by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
The program serves as a barometer of a student’s grasp of the fundamental principles of anatomy and environmental science, and also provides an opportunity for the student to express artistically their knowledge of the beauty and diversity of wildlife.
Artwork by the 2014 Junior Duck Stamp Competition winners is on display in the Elam Alexander Children’s Gallery through August 31, 2014.
Deep in the middle of our Milky Way galaxy lies an object made famous by science fiction—a supermassive black hole. Scientists have long speculated about the existence of black holes and theorize that black holes form when massive stars collapse.
Find out more by visiting the Museum of Arts and Sciences to experience Black Holes: Space Warps & Time Twists, an interactive exhibit from the Harvard Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics that guides visitors on a journey to the edge of these mysterious and powerful objects.
Discovery Camp at the Museum of Arts and Sciences opens the Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math, plus Art (STE+aM) to children who have completed Kindergarten through 5th grade.
Discovery Camp summer camp general registration is open now and advance registration is required!
The Museum’s Live Animal shows, Planetarium shows, Environmental Education experiences, Science and Art exhibits and the Museum’s feature Summer Blockbuster—Black Holes: Space Warps & Time Twists—re all part of this year’s fun at summer day camp.
This year’s Reptile Rendezvous promises to be one of the best 2014 “Fun Family Days” at the Museum of Arts and Sciences.
Reptile Rendezvous offers visitors an opportunity to meet the large collection of reptiles and amphibians that make the Mini-Zoo home.
It also gives everyone a chance to see other reptiles and amphibians that will be visiting the Museum especially for the day.
Reptile Rendezvous 2014 will feature:
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