Now on View
Humans in Space Youth Art Competition
Now on View
See an inspiring selection of winning entries from the international Humans in Space Youth Art Competition. Youth ages 10-18 were asked to visually communicate their vision of the future of space science, travel and exploration. The competition is part of the Humans in Space Art Program and received more than 2,000 entries from 52 countries. Fernbank’s display will feature 30 of the winning entries. This temporary exhibition located in The Star Gallery, Lower Level.
The Power of Poison
On view February 7 – May 3, 2015
From the pages of fairytales to the journals of modern medicine, the story of poison is surprising at every turn. Join the investigation to uncover the secrets of poison while exploring its role in nature, myth and human health. This new special exhibition creates an engaging and immersive environment through the use of interactives, models, multimedia and live animals.
Brain: The Inside Story
On view June 6 – August 23, 2015
Discover the workings of the most complex and fascinating biological structure: the human brain. Explore how the brain has evolved, how it works and how it makes us human through a series of objects, models, games, interactives, videos, and more.
The Queen of Sheba
On view September 26 - January 3, 2016
Her story is shrouded in mystery. She captured the imagination of artists, mystics, poets, composers and even filmmakers. Yet her origins remain elusive. The legend of the Queen of Sheba will be the focus of a one-of-kind exhibition, making its world premiere at Fernbank Museum.
Women of Vision
On view September 26 – January 3, 2016
For 125 years, National Geographic has documented the world featuring photography that communicates the nuances of a narrative beyond the words on a page. This photographic exhibition is a tribute to the spirit and the ambition of these journalists who have created powerful experiences for millions through the insightful, sensitive and strategic use of a camera.
On view November 20 – January 10, 2016
This holiday-inspired exhibition features trees and other displays decorated by local cultural partners that recognize celebrations including Christmas, Hanukkah and the Festival of Lights, as well as traditions and practices like origami, indigenous art and national symbols.
All dates and titles subject to change.