Dinosaurs in Motion is a new, interactive, engaging STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts & Mathematics) exhibition that is truly for visitors of all ages. Dinosaurs in Motion engages and educates the visitor by using 14 magnificent, fully interactive, recycled metal dinosaur sculptures with exposed mechanics inspired by actual fossils.
Dinosaurs in Motion is an amazing blend of art, science and innovation. Thus, the exhibition weaves these themes throughout, focusing on:
The visitor is taken on an apprentice's journey to learn about art, science and innovation that ends in a journeyman's workshop. The narrative is reinforced with experiential learning, as every piece is interactive for visitors to touch and learn. Not only are the dinosaurs within the exhibition fascinating and marketable, but also the educational materials are extremely topical and digestible.
The moving, human element to the exhibition lies in the story of the artist, John Payne, who truly is the heart of Dinosaurs in Motion. Through video and interactives, visitors will walk away with Payne's inspiring message: "If you can dream it, you can do it." The exhibition is one that inspires guests to learn, discover and create as they have done throughout the exhibition.
Ceiling Height 13 ft
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