14 Tuesday / April 14, 2020

Science Story Time

09:00 am to 09:30 am
https://www.wonderlab.org/event/science-story-time-virtual-program-11/

Join WonderLab staff for a read-aloud of Big Black Bear by Wong Herbert Yee followed by a simple science with jelly beans that can be done easily at home. All welcome. Activities designed for children ages birth through 6 years. Click here to join via Zoom LIVE.

Children / Education / Entertainment

14 Tuesday / April 14, 2020

MFA Thesis Exhibition Group 2

12:00 pm to 04:00 pm on Apr 25
Grunwald Gallery of Art
https://soaad.indiana.edu/exhibitions/grunwald-gallery/index.html

The Grunwald Gallery at Indiana University Bloomington is pleased to present this year’s MFA Thesis Exhibitions. These exhibitions feature work created by graduating Master of Fine Arts students in the Eskenazi School of Art, Architecture + Design at Indiana University and represent the culmination of each student’s graduate research in the arts.

MFA Group 2 features the work of Ekow Ephrim (Graphic Design), Menika Lue (Painting), Bethany C. Rahn (Graphic Design), Jenny Reed (Ceramics), Jessica Westhafer (Painting), Nicole Wilson (Photography), Wenyan Xu (Painting) and Yingqi Puffy Zhao (Metalsmithing and Jewelry Design).

Exhibits

14 Tuesday / April 14, 2020

Science Explorations

03:00 pm to 03:30 pm
https://www.wonderlab.org/event/science-explorations-virtual-program-12/

Join the WonderLab staff as they explore the genetics that characterize the museum’s slithering, scaly creatures, the corn snakes. Learn how the snakes are cared for at WonderLab and why those of the same species can be so visibly distinct from one another! All welcome. Activities designed for Grades 1-6.

Children / Education / Entertainment

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