Explore a variety of inspiring art exhibitions at the Science Museum!
Hands-on exhibits aren't the only way to learn about the science all around you! The Science Museum often hosts smaller exhibitions that explore STEM topics through art.
Illustrating the untold stories of everyday crops, this exhibition reflects on nearly 200 years of cross-cultural histories that have contributed to the arts and sciences as well as important social and economic issues.
Utilizing the scientific process to achieve unique works of art, Adam Summers Ph. D. has created a striking photo series that compares the skeletal anatomy of vertebrate fishes.
Don't worry about needing a bigger boat ... this deep dive into science will go swimmingly! Explore Virginia sharks up close in a special land-based exhibition featuring cartilaginous fishes from the Virginia Institute of Marine Science at the College of William & Mary. See dozens of specimens in jars from the largest collection of freshwater fishes from the Chesapeake Bay and coastal area of the state.
Art is a powerful bridge to lead guests into a scientific topic.
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