Technotown - Museum of Science & Technology - Syracuse, N.Y.
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Quick Description: This kinetic sculpture is located inside the Museum of Science & Technology. It was designed and built by two central New York designers/architects. It was added, in December, as part of the 6.5 million dollar renovation of the museum.
Location: New York, United States
Date Posted: 3/8/2009 3:45:12 PM
Waymark Code: WM5ZRM
This new audio-kinetic exhibit at the M.O.S.T., was designed by George Rhoads and fabricated by Bob McGuire of Rock Stream Studios of Ithaca, NY. People of all ages can learn about the scientific principles this employs, while being entertained and intrigued.
Part of the MOST’s $6.5 million exhibit revitalization project, this newest exhibit encompasses a variety of basic machinery elements and physics. It’s not only amusing and amazing, it’s also a chance to learn about science. Visitors have the opportunity to interact with the exhibit by holding back the balls and then releasing them.
The museum is open Wednesday through Sunday, from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm. Admission to the musuem for adults costs $5.00, children 2-11 years old costs $4.00.
Title or Name of Installment: Technotown
Artist: George Rhoads
Date Created or Placed: 12/2008
Website: [Web Link]
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