One destination science center or 100 small community based science centers ?
I believe, Science Centers are the most progressive “type” of museum and their exhibition design differentiates science centers from other types of museums.
Climate Change is an issue that effects all of us. As part of an effort for the National Science Center of Indonesia we have been researching existing exhibitions on Global Warming / Climate Change.
Museums Special Section – The Thrill of Science, Tamed by Agendas – NYTimes.com Posted using ShareThis
Calif. Science Center Sued For Nixing Intelligent Design Film – Law Blog – WSJ Posted using ShareThis
I love news articles like this, it gives you an insiders view of the museum world – Mark Walhimer By T.J. Greaney From the Columbia Tribune Link to Article “A former executive director of the YouZeum, Gwen Robbins, is suing the interactive science center, claiming breach of contract and defamation. In a petition filed this month in Boone County Circuit …
From the Star-Telegram “These and many other jaw-dropping interactive experiences await when the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History opens its doors Friday, marking the start of a new era in the museum’s history. What began in 1945 as the Fort Worth Children’s Museum has evolved into a dazzling 166,000-square-foot, $80 million state-of-the-art complex that will thrill children and …
By JEFFREY B. COHEN The Hartford Courant HARTFORD — – The Connecticut Science Center has filed suit against the world-renowned architectural firm that designed it, seeking at least $10 million and claiming that architects at Pelli Clarke Pelli designed an iconic roof that was “structurally unsound.”
by Michael J. Crosbie Architecture Week The Connecticut Science Center is a new architectural showpiece in the city of Hartford, Connecticut, designed by Pelli Clarke Pelli Architects. The design expresses themes that have been part of Cesar Pelli’s oeuvre for many years: the importance of public space and its role in the city.
By Nicole Young THE TENNESSEAN Middle Tennesseans are invited to take a walk through the stars, see sunspots and solar flares up close or challenge someone to a race through the cosmos this weekend at the Adventure Science Center’s new exhibit, opening today.