Colorosity, the Michigan Science Center's annual science soiree, is happening this Saturday, Oct. 24. In addition to enjoying special access to the Science Center and its exhibits (including Sue the dinosaur and Toytopia), Colorosity attendees of all ages will be able to lose themselves in a slew of interactive experiences related to the science of color.
There will also be live art installations by MiSci's artist-in-residence Timothy Orikri and 2014 Kresge Fellow Daniel Land
, who, along with the team at New D Media Arts, will bring the world's most complete T-rex skeleton, Sue, to life through projection mapping.
to learn more about what's happening at Colorosity.
General tickets for adults are $125 and $50 for kids (VIP tickets are $200 and $75 respectively), but you have an opportunity to go to Colorosity for free! Just tweet a picture of fall colors in your neighborhood to @ModelD and @MI_Sci using the hashtag #colorosity
, and Model D and the Michigan Science Center will give away a set of tickets (good for a family of four) to the person with the best photo. Please tweet us your photo by noon on Friday, Oct. 23.
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