Gateway Science Museum Hosts Spring 2017 Museum Without Walls Lecture Series

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Date: 04-11-2017

Ashley Gebb
Public Affairs
530-898-4435
Renee Renner
Gateway Science Museum
530-898-4121

The Gateway Science Museum at California State University, Chico will host four special presentations in April, as part of its spring 2017 Museum Without Walls lecture series.

 

The series lineup includes:

  • April 5: “Preserving Soundscapes for Tomorrow” by Greg Weddig, sound recordist, Nature Sounds Society
  • April 12: “Off-Grid Solar Design for the Future” by Greg Kallio, professor, CSU, Chico Department of Mechanical and Mechatronic Engineering and Sustainable Manufacturing
  • April 19: “Building Stories Through Editing” by Jimmy Lillard (BA, Communication Design, ‘04), assistant film editor, Pixar Animation Studios
  • April 26: “Putting the Wind to Work” by David G. Alexander, assistant professor, CSU, Chico Department of Mechanical and Mechatronic Engineering and Sustainable Manufacturing

This series is a perfect complement to the national touring exhibit Design Zone, which is showing at the Gateway Science Museum through May 7 and was produced by the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry. Join in this celebration and exploration into the world of design and its impacts for our future and our world.

Museum Without Walls lectures will take place on Wednesday evenings at 7:30 p.m. at the Gateway Science Museum, 625 Esplanade, in Chico. Admission is $3 for adults and free for museum members, children and students. All proceeds will benefit Gateway Science Museum’s future exhibits, educational programs, summer camps and lecture series.

For more information, please visit www.csuchico.edu/gateway or call 530-898-4121.

People who require an accommodation or who have questions about accessibility should contact the University’s Accessibility Resource Center at 530-898-5959.

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