GAME, the upcoming new exhibition by Science Gallery, will take a closer look at the future directions for gaming in Ireland by exploring the components of a great game, speculating how we might play in the future, and empowering young people to become game developers themselves.
For the last year and a half, the Centre for Life has been developing a new exhibition which allows visitors to get a taste of being a scientist. John Hill talks to special projects manager Andy Lloyd about how Curiosity came to life.
This dramatic exhibition within the Marian Koshland Science Museum of the National Academy of Sciences endeavors to open the doors to the living laboratory that is our climate, while not shying away from the hard science behind the changes people are witnessing every day.
WATER PORTRAITS is photography exhibition which explores Water drops, Waterfalls, Iceberg, Water as Life, as Science, as Art. It includes touring Indoor and Outdoor exhibitions, large size fine art prints, videos, multimedia installations, music, educational material, water Labs.
Diving into AQUA, participants discover water over the course of a journey divided into three distinct spaces. 360° projections, music, visual effects and water installations immerse them in an adventure in which they are both actor and spectator.