25 May 2019
Watts Gallery - Artists' Village
Watts Late: To the Moon & Back
Saturday 25 May | 11am - 9pm | All activities free with admission
We will be open until 9pm as part of Museums at Night, the UK-wide festival of Lates in museums and galleries.
See our exhibition, enjoy supper under the stars and join us for inspiring talks, activities and demonstrations by artists and space scientists.
See the Moonscapes exhibition after hours.
Decorate a paper lantern inspired by the surface of the Moon using collaged tissue paper and sequins.
Music for the Spheres
Composers have been fascinated by the Moon as long as artists. From medieval to modern, hear Moon-inspired music about love, myths, heroes and the weather.
Meet a Space Scientist
Ever wondered how heavy meteorites are? How old the Moon is? Want to find out more about what it is like to work at NASA? See a piece of the Moon, a sliver of Mars and touch a piece of space that is 4.567 billion years old with our cosmo-chemist Tim Gregory in a series of pop-up talks and demonstrations throughout the day.
From dusk until 9pm
See the Watts woodland in glimmering light with an installation of illuminated moons designed by our Artist in Residence, Mary Branson.
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The Sky at Night
Dr Maggie Aderin-Pocock
Saturday 25 May | 7pm
£15 | Friends £13.50 | Age 13+
The Moon has fascinated humankind since the beginning of history - but far from being a mere rock out in space, it has phenomenal power over the earth, creating great waves, dictating the length of the day and perhaps even playing a role in the creation of life on Earth. It is certainly a key player in the story of our fragile planet, but how well do we know our closest neighbour?
Co-presenter of The Sky at Night, Dr Maggie Aderin-Pocock takes readers on a journey through the Moon's past, present and ultimate future.
This talk will include a book signing.
Please note that this is separate ticketed event as part of Watts Late: To the Moon & Back.
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