Masks and vaccinations are recommended. Plan your visit
by Jackie Clay • July 27, 2015
Artist Meade "makes" live three-dimensional subjects two-dimensional expressionist works
by Ellyn Hament • July 23, 2015
Back in the USSR, banned music was once pressed onto x rays.
Explore a part of the Galapagos that Darwin never saw.
Step inside San Francisco's landmark camera obscura with operator Robert Tacchetto.
Join an interview with avant-garde percussionist Susie Ibarra.
Learn about the layers of French musician Colleen.
by Shannon Eliot • June 26, 2015
An Exploratorium press officer offers up some of her favorite science reads for the week.
by Jackie Clay • June 25, 2015
Artist and students use drawing as a way of knowing and learning human anatomy.
by Pamela Winfrey • June 22, 2015
Curator Pamela Winfrey dives into what she learned while creating the Exploratorium's newest exhibition, The Really Big Questions.
by Jackie Clay • June 16, 2015
Exploratorium Artist-In-Residence Nina Katchadourian experience as part of well-known "marshmallow test" study may inform her contemporary art practice.
Make dendritic diversions and bodacious branches.
by Exploratorium Staff • June 15, 2015
Juan Felipe Herrera has been tapped as the next poet laureate of the United States
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