Snow

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Summary

Snow: Tiny crystals, global impact is an interactive touring science exhibition focused on the global impact of snow on climate and human culture. The exhibition will explore the physical properties of snow from individual snowflakes to global snow cover and share traditional snow knowledge and stories in collaboration with Alaskan Native communities.

Available to rent beginning fall 2022.

Square Footage 
2,500 sq. ft.
Topics 
Critical Thinking
Earth and Climate Science
Immersive Experiences
STEAM
Price 

$50K / 3 months + inbound shipping

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THe traveling exhibition Snow: Tiny crystals, global impact seeks to use snow as a platform to explore Earth’s climate system, engage in non-confrontational dialog about climate change, and expand our understanding of how culture affects STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) learning in informal settings.

Snow: Tiny crystals, global impact  is an interactive touring science exhibition focused on the global impact of snow on climate and human culture. The exhibition will explore the physical properties of snow from individual snowflakes to global snow cover and share traditional snow knowledge and stories in collaboration with Alaskan Native communities. The touring exhibition will engage visitors in the big idea: “Snow plays a vital role in global climate and water supply, and holds a special place in human culture.”

Available to rent beginning fall 2022.

Contact OMSI's Traveling Exhibits Services at travelingexhibits@omsi.edu or 503-797-4628

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Concept sketch of Snow: Tiny crystals, global impact

Concept sketch of Snow: Tiny crystals, global impact

Concept sketch of Snow: Tiny crystals, global impact

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Snow: Tiny crystals, global impact is being produced and will be toured by the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry (OMSI). This exhibit was made possible by a National Science Foundation (NSF) grant (award number 1808749).