Calendar

May
29
Fri
2015
Waterwheels At Work!
May 29 @ 10:00 am – 2:00 pm
May
30
Sat
2015
Girls Do STEM!
May 30 @ 11:00 am – 12:30 pm

Join the Maritime Explorium in a fabulously FUN hands-on exploration we call:

Measure, Make and Marvel!

Students begin with a quest to develop the perfect “green” for the Incredible Hulk or Shrek & Fiona. While investigating the conservation of volume and concepts of scale and proportion, students predict, calculate and measure additions and subtractions of volumes in order to create the perfect batch of color.

Funding for this program is provided by a grant from the PSEG Foundation for our Girls Do STEM initiative.

Enrollment is limited to girls ages 5-10, maximum enrollment of 30 students.

Visit ticketing page (Click here) for more information.

Make Measure Marvel Make Measure Marvel

NanoArt- Exploring the intersection of art and nanotechnology.
May 30 @ 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm
The Maritime Explorium is pleased to announce our first Artist in Residence-
Douglas Baldwin who will be presenting
a series called:
NanoArt- Exploring the intersection of art and nanotechnology.

Using a background of his musical soundscapes, Douglas will be on hand at the museum to guide visitors through fascinating interactive fractal images. This journey will investigate size and scale and to help visitors of all ages explore and understand the very small size of things at the nanoscale.  Douglas also explores how nanotechnology helps him to create music.  Each session will explore new fractal images and a unique musical soundscape.

NanoArt sessions are open to the public and free with admission to the Maritime Explorium.

Douglas is an accomplished artist with a rich background in music and technology that has spilled over into a fascination with fractal images.
For more on Douglas, please visit his website:  www.thecoyote.org
a promise 10 x 10

Waterwheels At Work!
May 30 @ 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Use simple machines to design and construct a working waterwheel!

May
31
Sun
2015
Waterwheels At Work!
May 31 @ 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Use simple machines to design and construct a working waterwheel!

Jun
14
Sun
2015
Long Island Maker Festival! Additional tickets required to attend the event. @ Maritime Explorium, Port Jefferson Village Center, Harborfront Park
Jun 14 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

A celebration of innovation and creativity!

This is a special ticketed event.

For details and information on attending this event please Visit:www.limakerfest.com

Highlights includ:

Interactive exhibits with makers and artisits.

The Rinx’s Science of Skating

Youth Science Expo

3-D Printer Building

Robotics Showcase

KidOYO Learning Center Worshops

Long Island Parent’s MacGyver Playspace

Performances All Day

PRESENTED BY:

the Maritime Explorium and KidOYO

SPONSORED BY:
The Village of Port Jefferson

The Rinx

Stony Brook University College of Arts and Sciences

Long Island Parent Magazine

Stony Brook University Department of Technology and Society

Got Invention?

Hofstra University Center for Suburban Studies

Jun
20
Sat
2015
NanoArt- Exploring the intersection of art and nanotechnology!
Jun 20 @ 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm
The Maritime Explorium is pleased to announce our first Artist in Residence-
Douglas Baldwin who will be presenting
a series called:
NanoArt- Exploring the intersection of art and nanotechnology.

Using a background of his musical soundscapes, Douglas will be on hand at the museum to guide visitors through fascinating interactive fractal images. This journey will investigate size and scale and to help visitors of all ages explore and understand the very small size of things at the nanoscale.  Douglas also explores how nanotechnology helps him to create music.  Each session will explore new fractal images and a unique musical soundscape.

NanoArt sessions are open to the public and free with admission to the Maritime Explorium.

Douglas is an accomplished artist with a rich background in music and technology that has spilled over into a fascination with fractal images.
For more on Douglas, please visit his website:  www.thecoyote.org
a promise 10 x 10

Jun
28
Sun
2015
NanoArt- Exploring the intersection of art and nanotechnology!
Jun 28 @ 1:30 pm – 4:00 pm
The Maritime Explorium is pleased to announce our first Artist in Residence-
Douglas Baldwin who will be presenting
a series called:
NanoArt- Exploring the intersection of art and nanotechnology.

Using a background of his musical soundscapes, Douglas will be on hand at the museum to guide visitors through fascinating interactive fractal images. This journey will investigate size and scale and to help visitors of all ages explore and understand the very small size of things at the nanoscale.  Douglas also explores how nanotechnology helps him to create music.  Each session will explore new fractal images and a unique musical soundscape.

NanoArt sessions are open to the public and free with admission to the Maritime Explorium.

Douglas is an accomplished artist with a rich background in music and technology that has spilled over into a fascination with fractal images.
For more on Douglas, please visit his website:  www.thecoyote.org
a promise 10 x 10