What do light and sound have in common? Join us as we journey through Raven Chacon’s multi-sensory installation «Still Life, #3» and experiment with how light and sound travel. Create your own «soundmaker» as you learn how different materials amplify and absorb light and sound!
RECOMMENDED FOR AGES 9 AND UP.
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Tinker Labs: Exploring Art and Technology
Every first and third Saturdays of the month, 1 pm – 4 pm
Inspired by the the new exhibition «Transformer: Native Art in Light and Sound,» this program explores the intersection of art, science, and technology through hands-on, experimental activities. Tinker Lab projects focus on a different artist and artwork each month.
«Transformer: Native Art in Light and Sound» and related programming are made possible through the generous support of the members of the New York Board of Directors of the National Museum of the American Indian, Ameriprise Financial, and Con Edison.
This event takes place at the museum's George Gustav Heye Center, located at One Bowling Green in New York City.