Event Details

Organization Name: Science North
Organization Description:

Science North is guided by its mandate to: offer a program of science learning; across Northern Ontario; operate a science centre; operate a mining technology and earth sciences centre; sell consulting services, exhibits and media productions to support the centre’s developmentfilm production, “Wonders of the Arctic” at the IMAX cinema during the run of the exhibition.

Organization Website Link: http://www.sciencenorth.on.ca
Facebook https://www.facebook.com/ScienceNorth
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Project Name: Skeletons: The Wonders Within
Project Description:

This application is for “Skeletons: The Wonders Within”, a 600 square-metre travelling exhibition produced by Science North, taking place March 3 to September 7, 2024. With the global premiere of its 20th travelling exhibition, Science North has developed a six-month program of ancillary events. Created in partnership with the Museum of Osteology and the Arizona Science Centre, Science North is expecting 100,000 visitors to explore the science of osteology, skeletal form and function. Ancillary programming includes:

(1) Experiences in the Exhibit Hall: A series of themed workshops will grow knowledge and encourage interaction with people of all ages;

(2) Science Socials: Guest speaker topics will include ‘Sketching with Skeletons’, and ‘Skull-arium (create your own skull filled terrarium);

(3) Nightlife on the Rocks: Superhuman!: Hands-on activities for adult audiences led by Science North staff;

(4) Weeks of Wonder!: Speciality programs to draw family audiences to the centre with incredible hands-on science experiences including maker workshops and unique experiences with Science North and community scientists; and

(5) Cinema Socials: Visitors will engage with the science of skeletons through themed IMAX films and accompanying science talks and science centre excursions.

City: Sudbury
Region: Northern Ontario
Start Date: 2024-03-09
End Date: 2024-09-04
Amount Funded: $150,000.00
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