American Museum of Natural History Presents: The Art of Diorama
Six Thursdays, January 24–February 28
Museum exhibition specialist Tom Doncourt leads an after-hours look at our legendary dioramas. Discover how the Museum’s dioramas are made from start to finish and hear behind-the-scenes stories about how they were made. In this six-part series, you’ll travel the world through some of our most popular exhibits and create your own miniature replica to take home.
Note: All experience levels welcome. Enrollment limited to 25 people.
Venue: American Museum of Natural History
Central Park West at 79th St Map
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