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Scenes from a Party for The Nature of Patterns


Scenes from a Party for The Nature of Patterns

One of the best things about joining your local non-profit, CuriOdyssey, as a member is the exclusive access to exciting members-only events like our preview party for The Nature of Patterns exhibition. Member kids and parents were the first to play with all our new hands-on science exhibits.  They swayed to ukulele Aloha from Hiram Bell, created unique S.T.E.A.M. crafts like Now You…

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California Love: Images of our Great State

This spring, we’re featuring photographs by Kevin Shoban on our North Gallery walls.  Kevin is not only a gifted photographer, but he’s also no stranger to CuriOdyssey where he serves as an Animal Keeper Intern, tending to our many non-releasable animals. Kevin’s exhibition is California-focused and features stunning landscapes of places like Cascade Falls and…

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Re-purposed: Cereal Boxes for Gift-giving

If you’re like most people, you probably eat your way through cereal, cookies, crackers, and myriad other things that are sold in cardboard boxes. While these cardboard containers are easily recycled, we recently wondered if there was a way to get just one more use out of this ubiquitous item before it landed in a…

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Make way! We're rolling into Maker Faire.

Given our love of science and innovation, it should be no surprise that we’re thrilled to be exhibiting at the world’s biggest DIY festival – Maker Faire! The two-day fest is just around the corner, and CuriOdyssey will be participating for the second consecutive year. We’ve been preparing for months, and we’re putting the final touches…

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Art with an Eco-purpose

What do you get when you take lush plants, dirt, water, discarded water bottles, and put them all together? A beautiful, but purpose-driven, eco-art sculpture. CuriOdyssey’s Artist-in-Residence, Mark Brest van Kempen, recently installed an environmentally-minded, filtration sculpture in our outdoor pavilion. The piece is very visually interesting and, because it’s so striking, some may see…

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Tinkering by Twilight: Recap!

Two short weekends ago, Coyote Point Museum staff, board members and volunteers put on a fund raising event called Tinkering by Twilight. It was the first year for an event quite like this one, and a lot of preparation went into making it a success. The purpose of the event was simple – find an…

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