Tagged with "Exploratorium"
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by Tom Nielsen Published May 05 2007
On a windy March afternoon 21 years ago, I was walking up Madison Avenue in Manhattan, looping in my mind the number 590, the way then-promising, now-obsolete "bubble memory" chips had to be constantly refreshed lest they lose their data. Odd, for...
by Michael Pearce Published March 09 2008
Memory began as a 1988 exhibition of paintings by the artist Franco Magnani, showing remembered scenes of his hometown in Tuscany. The late Bob Miller had seen Magnanis work and suggested that the paintings, coupled with photos of the same views,...
by Tom Nielsen Published July 28 2009
Ive been meaning for a while to write down some thoughts about soap bubble exhibits in science centers and childrens museums; now Wendy Pollocks recent suggestion in the Exhibit Files blog, that members contribute case studies or reviews in the...
by Jeanne Vergeront Published February 27 2011
Geometry Playground is unusual in at least two respects. First, it focuses on math, a topic that is underrepresented in museum exhibits. Second, it’s a traveling exhibition committed to integrating a highly experiential approach. Produced by the...