Learn how to create funny, short animations using a variety of stop motion techniques, from abstract or hand drawn, to a narrative short film with characters and backgrounds.
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November 7, 14 & 21;
December 27 – 30; 12 – 4 pm.
Families bend, twist, light, sculpt and animate a new version of the holiday season with workshops, demos, artist installations and more.
Join us for a night of science-themed games combining the competitive spirit with classic science experiments with Gigantic Mechanic.
Spend Halloween at NYSCI this year at our outdoor event in Rocket Park!
Watch our catapult, “Chuck,” toss pumpkins in the air.
Celebrate chemistry with NYSCI and the New York Section of the American Chemical Society.
Meet live bats and learn about the benefits of bats, why we need to conserve them, and what you can do to help them.
Make your own creatures out of recycled materials with help from Scrapkins.
Join us for a special tour of the Great Hall as part of Open House New York Weekend.
More than 20 artworks explore the themes of biodiversity and extinction in this juried exhibition organized by Art & Science Collaborations, Inc.
NYSCI’s Great Hall has been selected as the Building of the Day for Friday, October 2.
Explore the properties of mass, force and motion as you use cardboard, tubes and other household materials to create an exciting ball run.
Discover the fun of aerodynamics as you learn about the four forces of flight. Design and build your own glider plane with everyday materials.
Design and build a funky robot using play dough and recycled electronic parts.
Explore conductivity using everyday materials. Use copper tape, LEDs, paper and cardboard to make your own light-up creation.
Run as fast as you can to our GingerBread Lane! Design and create your own delicious mini gingerbread house in this two-hour workshop.
Celebrate the last day of Diwali, also known as the Festival of Lights, by tinkering with LEDs and tissue paper to make a glowing lantern.