MathAlive! will open at the San Diego Air & Space Museum on January 31st and run through September. This exhibit aims to show kids unexpected ways that math appears in recreation as well as in working life, promising “unique, interactive experiences to transform math from its native form into the fascinating applied worlds of design, engineering, technology and science.” I’m happy to be part of it.
This exhibit has been traveling the US since it first opened at the Smithsonian in March 2012. After San Diego, its next stop is the Great Lakes Science Center in Cleveland. Here’s a review from the previous stop.
You can find out more about the exhibit and how to visit at the museum website, www.sandiegoairandspace.org
Exhibit locations and dates
|St. Louis Science Center||St. Louis, MO||5/7/17-1/28/17|
|Great Lakes Science Center||Cleveland, OH||9/26/15-1/3/16|
|Air & Space Museum||San Diego, CA||1/31/15-9/7/15|
|Perot Museum of Science and Nature||Dallas, TX||9/27/14-1/4/14|
|Museum of Science||Boston, MA||5/24/14-9/7/14|
|Exploration Place||Wichita, KS||2/1/14-5/4/14|
|Strategic Air and Space Museum||Omaha (Ashland), NE||9/21/13-1/12/14|
|Connecticut Science Center||Hartford, CT||5/28/13-9/1/13|
|Space Center Houston||Houston, TX|
|US Space & Rocket Center||Huntsville, AL|
|Arizona Science Center||Phoenix, AZ|
There is also a Middle East version of the exhibit.
|The Scientific Center||Kuwait City, Kuwait||7/27/14-1/5/15|