Date(s) - 11/22/2019
9:00 am - 4:00 pm
As long as people have walked the Earth, they’ve looked to the sky as a creative muse, a constant companion, and a gateway to the mysteries of our Universe. This November, the Adler will open a brand-new exhibition to help connect you—and the city around you—to the wondrous human tradition of looking up. Chicago’s Night Sky opens November 22.
Chicago’s Night Sky will feature real science and research from several of the Adler’s program initiatives, including Far Horizons, Youth Organized for Lights Out, and Zooniverse. Get a first-hand look at the work Adler teens and experts are doing to measure light pollution in Chicago and help find solutions to restore and protect dark skies.
Explore the new Community Star Studio, an interactive workshop where you can roll up your sleeves and discover ways to creatively connect to the night sky using a variety of mixed media to interpret, design, draw, color, or construct an image of your own unique personal connections. The sky’s the limit!
This exhibit is free with museum entrance. Standard museum entrance fees are $19 per adult and $8 per child.
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