Café Scientifique (12/16)
December topic: Fabricating Nature: Bringing Prehistory to Life
Tim Quady, owner of Blue Rhino Studio in Eagan, will present the process of designing and fabricating museum exhibits, including huge, long-extinct creatures such as mammoths and short faced bears. Taken together, the November and December Cafes are a two-part mini-series on visioning/recreating the Pleistocene through science and art.
Blue Rhino Studio specializes in interpretive design and artistic fabrication for museum, visitor center, and zoological environments. Working in a wide range of styles to create diverse exhibits that include sculpture, mural, carpentry and metal work,Eagan-based Blue Rhino has become a leader for artistic quality and value the industry. From scale models to larger-than-life recreations, Blue Rhino produces some of the finest realistic animal, human, and plant replicas for museums and interpretive centers around the world.
Bryant-Lake Bowl Cabaret Theater (View)
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