Taman Mini, Indonesia Indah, Jakarta 13560
Dr. Legoh, Director of the Science-Technology Center, Indonesia announced today the planning of the new exhibition “Global Warming”. The exhibition is scheduled to open in early 2011. Dr. Legoh said “this is a critical topic for the future of Indonesia and it is our responsibility to educate the public of how they can make a difference”. The exhibition will be 235 square meters (2500 square feet) and will be a on the third floor of the Center. Hendra Suryanto; Science Officer said, “the Center is in the early stages of the planning of the exhibition and we excited to be part of a world wide effort to make a difference.
The Science-Technology Center, Indonesia is located in Taman Mini, Jakarta, Indonesia and is the largest science center in Indonesia. The Center is visited by 300,000 visitors annually and hosts 200 school groups per year. The Center is considered to be the finest science educational facility in Indonesia receiving a rating of excellent by more than 85% of the Center’s visitors. The center has a policy of social responsibility and will not turn away visitors unable to pay museum admission 15,000 rupiah. The Science-Technology Center, Indonesia is non-profit and an active member of the Association of Science and Technology Centers, the largest professional organization of science museums.
The Science and Technology Center has retained Museum Planer, LLC to assist in the planning and fund raising of the exhibition. Contact Mark Walhimer for information regarding sponsorship opportunities.