Yearly Archive 2020

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How to Draw a T. Rex with Dr. Julius Csotonyi

Join us live to learn how to draw a T. rex with professional paleo-artist, Dr. Julius Csotonyi. The whole family can join in the fun with a target age of 7 and above. All you need is a piece of paper, pencils, and an internet connection or smartphone. 

When: Friday, April 10th at 3 pm ET (Noon Pacific)

What: 30 min workshop with Q&A session to follow

Where: Facebook Live and YouTube Live 

To join Youtube Live go to spexhibitions.com/covid-19

To join Facebook live go to www.facebook.com/spexhibitions

 

Artist Background

Dr. Julius Csotonyi is a paleo-artist, which means he draws dinosaurs for a living! He is known for his depictions of the Smithsonian “Nations T. rex” on the stamps that were recently released by the US Postal Service. His art is well known in museums around the world as well as books, coins, and stamps. He currently lives in Vancouver, Canada with his wife (also a natural history artist and planetary scientist) and their two dogs.

Website – csotonyi.com

Link for prerecorded paleo art lecture by 

Dr. Julius Csotonyi. Discussing what is paleo-art and a bit of his career history.

https://vimeo.com/403936454

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Sternberg Museum – Public announcement regarding the coronavirus (COVID -19)

To all of our visitors, supporters, and followers,

 

Due to the concerns caused by the coronavirus (COVID – 19) pandemic, the Sternberg Museum of Natural History will be closed until further notice. All Sternberg Museum public events including, Pokémon Day and the Bug Whisperer, are postponed. Please check our website and our social media regularly for updates.

We understand our patrons will be disappointed with this news. However, we have come up with a bit of a solution. Starting this week, the staff at the Sternberg Museum will be hosting a Facebook Live mini-series called the Dome from Home. Get your natural history fix here as museum staff discusses topics from prehistoric monsters to modern-day marvels. See live feeding and care of the Sternberg animals or get a live tour of our collections. Tune in twice a day Monday – Friday at 10 am and 2 pm CST.

 

Please keep an eye on our website and social media for any updates to the hours of operations. We will keep you informed of any changes.

Stay healthy and safe!

Support the Sternberg Museum during this time by donating. 

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Pokémon Day – Postponed

 

This event is postponed, please check back later for updates. Thank you.

Attention Pokemon Trainers! April 18th is Pokemon Day at the Sternberg Museum! If you play Pokemon Go–or are just a fan of the Pokemon series–this is a great day to visit! Take the chance to learn about the amazing animals that inspired the games! Come see our presentations and take part in the fun activities, like our scavenger hunt. Don’t miss out on the fun! Mark your calendars and get ready to catch ’em all!

Event activates included with regular admission.

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The Bug Whisperer – Postponed

This event is postponed, please check back later for updates. Thank you.

Get a whole new perspective of animal diversity and a chance to see some unique critters with Aaron Rodriques, the Bug Whisperer, as guest speaker.

Front Lobby of the Sternberg Museum.

FREE event with free-will donations.

About Aaron Rodriques

Aaron Rodriques is a Ph.D. student in entomology at Purdue University, specializing in biochemistry, molecular biology, and proteomics of German cockroach allergens. He was born and raised in the Bronx, New York, during which he attained a Bachelors’s degree in East Asian Studies and a Master’s degree in Biology from NYU. In addition to his research, Aaron also does educational outreach with his miniature zoo for schools, museums, and art venues.

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Summer Hours

The Sternberg Museum will be switching to summer hours March 16th

 

Hours

Monday-Saturday 9 am-6 pm
Sunday 1 pm-6 pm

Admission

Adults (age 13-59) $9
Youths (age 4-12) $6
Senior Citizens (60+) $8
FHSU Students (w/valid ID) $5