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Museum guests and staff at the Science Museum of Virginia turned the museums rotunda into a work of art creating a giant, Van Gogh-inspired sunflower with hundreds of live flowers. It was in celebration of the film Van Gogh: Brush With Genius opening in the museums IMAX®DOME. Flowers were generously loaned by Stranges Florists, Greenhouses and Garden Centers.
We will be shooting a time lapse installation of a Giant Sunflower (Inspired by Van Gogh) where the pendulum currently is at the entrance of The Science Museum of VA. The public is encouraged to help setup some 300 potted plants up that are provided by Strange’s Florists. The Sunflower install will start this Saturday May 1, 2010 from 11:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
What a great experience it was filming Ted Siebert, Brian Turnbough and Bill Dow of The Sand Sculpture Company. It took just over a week and at the end we had 6 camera’s rolling trying to catch every angle and detail. The footage above is about 1/3 of the total shot as we had to get the Science Museum a quick version for the opening day which was a hugh success with over 1500 people seeing the exhibit. We plan on doing a longer version with more footage and actual video, so be sure to check back!
The Shark Exhibit is from June 27 – Nov 1, 2009.
Be amazed by a sand shark and a marine food web made entirely of 100 tons of sand. See a sand sculpture’s creation by Guinness World Record-holding and award-winning artist Ted Siebert of The Sand Sculpture Company.
Get your hands wet as you meet living sharks and other marine creatures. What should you be more afraid of: a shark or a pig? Did you know that sharks have a “sixth” sense? The shark tank demonstration is free, but tickets are required and available at guest services. For safety reasons, children must be 40 inches or taller to experience the touch tanks.
Shark Space is from June 27–Oct. 31, 2009
Shark feeding from 10–10:30 a.m.
Shark petting at noon–12:30 and 3–3:30 p.m.
Get your hands wet as you meet living sharks and other marine creatures. What should you be more afraid of: a shark or a falling coconut? Did you know that sharks have a "sixth" sense? The shark tank demonstration is free, but tickets are required and available at guest services. For safety reasons, children must be 40 inches or taller to experience the touch tanks.