Upcoming Events

April 2020

April 1, 2020 | 7am

Landmarks Video: April 2020

Landmarks Public Art Program

Landmarks Video presents Howardena Pindell's Free, White and 21, 1980. The work will be on public view daily throughout the month of April from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. in the ART building atrium, located on the corner of East 23rd Street and San Jacinto Boulevard. Videos are accessible to all and free to view.

For more information: https://landmarks.utexas.edu/landmarks-video

April 3, 2020 | 9 am

High Five, Celebrating 5 Women Artists

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April 2- 29 Artists Reception: Saturday, Saturday, April 4, 1-3:00 p.m. Painter Rhea Pettit explores the beauty and connection between people. Brenda Armistead creates figurative sculpture as well as sculpturally influenced ceramic tableware. For Shannon Fannin, vehicles are more than appliances to get us from Point A to B - they are mobile sculptures that reflect our personality. Stephanie Estrin works explore color, shape, and the relationship of human nature and emotion in order to create a visual story. Christy Stallop is influenced by the past. She believes in the power of memories and small moments in time that help define who we are.

April 7, 2020 | 11 AM

Science Mill’s Online Explorer Zone- Incredible Ball Machine

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Learn about building crazy contraptions and simple machines with the Science Mill in their new  online learning hub, the Explorer Zone! On April 7, explore the physics of motion with an up-close look at the Incredible Ball Machine and learn how to make your own simple machine. Each week features a new fun instructional video, step-by-step science activities, interactive games and STEM Career Connections resources and bonus videos. Join Tuesday on Facebook Live at 11am CT, and find new videos and all activity resources each week on the Science Mill website.  

April 10, 2020 | 10am

CANCELLED: Butterfly Bonanza at the Science Mill

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In response to the ever-changing COVID-19/coronavirus situation, we are taking the precautions of closing the Science Mill and cancelling all programs and events. 

April 14, 2020 | 11 AM

April 14: Science Mill’s Explorer Zone

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April 14: Science Mill’s Explorer Zone How do scientists use art? How does math inspire artists? Find out as we explore two exhibits that combine art and math. On April 14, take an up-close look at the Wave Pendulum and the Wondergraph and learn to paint with pendulums and design geometric bubble wands! (We’ll also show off some of the awesome Rube Goldberg Machines that viewers constructed last week.) Each week features a new fun instructional video, step-by-step science activities, interactive games and STEM Career Connection resources and bonus videos. Join Tuesday on Facebook Live at 11am CT, and find new videos and all activity resources each week on the Science Mill website. https://www.sciencemill.org/explorer-zone   Contact: info@sciencemill.org Event website: https://www.sciencemill.org/explorer-zone Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/154532539253217/