What Would You Say You Do Here? Science Gallery Detroit.

Science Gallery Detroit presents DEPTH - June 8 - August 17, 2019 at the Michigan Science Center

One of the questions we get a lot is “what is the Hub?”

“Can you help me figure out how to make a video for my class?” Yes, we can connect you to people who are very good at this.

“I need to re-design the curriculum for my program to draw more students.” Great, we can help you navigate university structures, locate market research, design experiences based on inquiry and research, and more.

“I want to learn about the future of water in an incredible exhibit combining art and science and theatre and community – what now, Hub?” Well, actually… we can help you with that too.

Science Gallery Detroit is a one-of-a-kind science museum experience – and the only Science Gallery installation in North America. It is also a project of the Hub, a completely stand-alone organization, a research site, and a way to connect to scientific education in a whole new way.

Opening tomorrow, Science Gallery Detroit’s second exhibit, DEPTH, will open for free to the public. Located in the Michigan Science Center, DEPTH explores the future of water, our connection to it, and the ways we interact with it in ways we don’t even realize.

I could tell you more, but this is a blog, it’s a Friday afternoon, and you have a lot to get done before you come visit us tomorrow in Detroit. So, I’ll leave you with some of the news coverage from the past few days. In the meantime, click here to open the Science Gallery Detroit website in a new window, and secure your tickets! We can’t wait to see you, and hear how what you learn at the exhibit can help us help you re-think student educational experiences.

Click here to read a recent article about DEPTH in MSU Today

Click here to read a recent article about DEPTH on Fox 2 Detroit

Click here to read a recent article about DEPTH on Click On Detroit

Keep checking back – I’ll work to keep the article list updated as coverage continues! Really, though, wouldn’t you rather write your own story?