Month: May 2021

Tyrant Lizard King will take the throne at the Science Museum of Virginia

The Virginia Museum of Fine Arts (VMFA) recently acquired Forsythia and Pussy Willows start spring (1970), a painting by African-American artist Alma Thomas (1891-1978). “We are delighted that Forsythia and Pussy Willows start spring joined the modern and contemporary art…

Stephen Hawking’s Cambridge office donates to the Science Museum

T The “artist’s studio” of an office where Stephen Hawking revolutionized our understanding of the universe has been donated to the Science Museum and will be recreated there as part of his permanent exhibition. The physicist’s family handed over a…

Science Museum Oklahoma Brings Back Popular Survival Experience Event

This is an archived article and the information in the article may be out of date. Please look at the history’s timestamp to see when it was last updated. OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – If you want to put your survival…

Science Museum staff ordered to be “vigilant” against threats from environmental activists

Staff at the Science Museum in London have been tasked with being on high alert for environmental protests as the institute prepares to open the doors of a controversial new climate exhibition sponsored by the oil company Shell. In an…

Boca exhibition, Science Museum, Mounts garden

SPONSORED CONTENT It’s May, and that means it’s time to celebrate MOSAIC (Month of Shows, Art, Ideas & Culture) at The Palm Beaches! The Palm Beach County Cultural Council, the official arts and culture support agency here in Florida’s cultural…

Science and Discovery Museum to reopen after two years of closure

PANAMA CITY Fla. (WMBB) – If you like to explore then you are in luck because the Northwest Florida Science and Discovery Museum is about to reopen. The museum has been closed for more than two years after being damaged…

Science Museum administrator resigns following “contested heritage” requests

A director of one of the UK’s leading museum groups withdrew his reappointment in protest at being asked to “explicitly express support” for government policy against removal of objects litigious history. Sarah Dry, author on the history of science, warned…