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*All events are included with general admission unless otherwise noted.

National Astronomy Day 2017

Join us in celebrating the fascinating science of astronomy! The focus of this year’s event will be the August 21 solar eclipse.  Experience a variety of astronomy-related activities for all ages, including hands-on stations and displays. In the planetarium, take in a special showing of Earth, Moon & Sun following a featurette on the upcoming solar eclipse....

Hands-On Happenings: Polystyrene Prints

Whether you’re young or young at heart, stamp a little creativity on your weekend at this month’s Hands-On Happenings workshop – inspired by our Polymers in Art through the Centuries exhibition. With help from our art educators, discover how to create your own prints using only polystyrene foam, a pen, ink, and paper.

May First Sunday

Spend some time with your friends or family this first Sunday at the Art & Science Museum! Free admission to the galleries, $6 unlimited admission to planetarium shows, and a variety of art and science exhibitions and activities make this a fun and unique day out for all ages. May program sponsored by Louisiana Lottery Corporation.

BASF Kids’ Lab: Hold Everything

Don't cry over spilled anything!  Join us while we explore some interestingly absorbent materials. Experiment with common household products before discovering an amazing chemical with a noteworthy property. Each child also receives a cool backpack with surprises inside! Participants may preregister Monday through noon Thursday prior to the program by e-mailing kidslab@lasm.org. Groups that...

Artist Q&A: Gustave Blache III

Inquisitive minds want to know! In from New York, artist Gustave Blache III will answer questions and discuss the people, places and his own artistic process that went into the making of A Work in Process: Paintings by Gustave Blache III.  This informal session will be moderated by Elizabeth Weinstein, Art & Science Museum director of art interpretation...