Exhibitions


The Art of the Brick 

Named one of CNN’s Top Ten ‘Global Must-See Exhibitions,’ THE ART OF THE BRICK exhibit by artist Nathan Sawaya is a critically acclaimed collection of inspiring artworks is made exclusively from one of the most recognizable toys in the world: the LEGO® brick. From child’s toy to sophisticated art form and beyond, the world’s largest display of LEGO art ever features original pieces as well as re-imagined versions of the world’s most famous art masterpieces like Van Gogh’s Starry Night  and Da Vinci’s Mona Lisa.

Current Locations

Canada Science and Technology Museum Ottawa: May 16 - September 3rd

Carnegie Science Center Pittsburgh: June 16 - January 7

 

Dead Sea Scrolls: The Exhibition

The largest of its kind ever mounted outside of Israel, this exhibit features over 600 ancient artifacts. The exhibition explores the science and significance of the Dead Sea Scrolls, manuscripts composed,
copied and hidden in caves 2000 years ago.

Currently in Denver until September 3rd

 
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Star Wars and the Power of Costume

Featuring 70 hand-crafted costumes from the first six blockbuster Star Wars films, this exhibition reveals the artists’ creative process and uncovers the connection between character and costume in a special presentation featured at Discovery Times Square in New York.

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Terracotta Warriors Exhibition

Direct from China, discover the legend behind the authentic terracotta soldiers with a fascinating journey back to the days of China’s first emperor Qin Shihuangdi — before and after his epic rule. Exclusively shown at Discovery Times Square.

 
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Pompeii The Exhibit

Experience Pompeii before and after the epic eruption 2,000 years ago. Imagine the moment their world vanished and discover the miraculous artifacts unearthed since. Witness the life and death of those frozen in time by ash.

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Leonardo da Vinci's Workshop

Explore Leonardo da Vinci’s 500 year old inventions from his actual notebooks as they are brought to life. Discover how his visionary inventions would have worked – long before they became the modern world’s reality.