Rock Paper Scissors: based on a True Story
ROCK PAPER SCISSORS: Based on a True Story Denise Duong and Matt Seikel
OKLAHOMA CITY – Science Museum Oklahoma’s Satellite Galleries is excited to announce their first show of 2012, “Rock Paper Scissors: based on a True Story;” opening Friday, January 20, 2012 at 7:00PM. This show features the art of Denise Duong and Matt Seikel. The evening reception is free and open to the public. The show will run until June 6th, 2012.
“”Rock Paper Scissors” truly demonstrates the marriage of science and art as a vital paradigm” said Trevor Taylor, Visual Arts Aficionado. “Science Museum Oklahoma is passionate about helping people experience art in original and meaningful ways. As a science museum, we are equipped with unique resources for outreach, exploration and creativity; which translate seamlessly into the gallery.”
“Rock Paper Scissors: Based on a True Story” will feature new mixed media and ink works by Denise Duong as well as Matt Seikel’s ceramics and custom drums. This exhibition will be interactive, allowing all guests the opportunity to engage with the artwork in various forms.
“The “Rock Paper Scissors” exhibition has given Denise and Matt’s artwork a setting which allows their imaginations to really speak for themselves,” said Suzette Ellison, Vice President of Programs and Interpretation. “The exhibition won’t simply be art on a wall or ceramics on a pedestal. This experience should challenge the viewer to interact with the art in creative and unconventional ways.”
For more information Science Museum Oklahoma guests can call 405-602-6664, or visit www.sciencemuseumok.org for more information.
About Science Museum Oklahoma
Science Museum Oklahoma reveals the wonder and relevance of science in our everyday lives. Get up to your elbows in science with acres of hands-on experiences, thousands of space, aviation and cultural artifacts and new exhibits always on the horizon. Blast off beyond the Milky Way in the Planetarium Theater and feel the heat from live explosions in Science Live. And you’ll love traveling to new worlds while watching IMAX movies in the dome theater. Let your inner-child run wild!