Jul 6 2020 – Jun 30 2021 all-day
12:00 am
This virtual exhibit melds science and art to create extraordinary images of brains – from high-resolution images of real brains from different species to artistic portraits crafted out of brain cells. Viewers can look at high-resolution images of octopi, zebra finches, mice, turtle, and human brains, as well as original artwork inspired by brains.
New York Hall of Science
1:00 am
Discover chemistry in art! Paper marbling is an ancient technique that produces patterns that imitate smooth marble and other stones. Through several centuries, people have applied marbled materials to various surfaces such as bookbinding and stationery. Part of its appeal is that each print is unique; you will never find an identical one in the
Lewis Latimer House Museum
Oct 30 @ 11:30 am – 4:00 pm
11:30 am
Van Gogh’s Sunflowers is “on exhibit” in Queens as the Amazing Maize Maze on weekends through October 30. The maze experience begins with a Stalk Talk and a Sunflowers themed gameboard. It culminates with bragging rights as mazers find their way to Victory Bridge. New York City’s only corn maze is open Friday, Saturday and
Queens County Farm Museum
7:30 pm
At QCBC’s next meeting, Ardith Bondi will present “ A Tale of Many Penguins: Finding Them, Photographing Them, and Comparing Them”. Penguins are definitely not one size fits all. Although they mostly live in the Southern Hemisphere and none of them can fly, they exist in varied habitats on diverse continents and have distinct lifestyles
Virtual event