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Announcing New Exhibitions
Association of Science & Technology Centers (ASTC)
Annual Conference, October 18-22, 2014

Come visit us at  Booth #828 in Conference Hall

Be sure to stop by our Exhibition Happy Hour
Sunday, October 20 |  5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
| Booth 828

or 651 222 1121 to RSVP or to set up an appointment with:

Dr. Dennis Wint, Member of EDG's Board of Directors
Amy Noble Seitz, Founder & CEO
Franck Cordes, SVP of Exhibition Sales & Development
Carrie Reid, Exhibition Development Coordinator


The Great Masters: Michelangelo, Leonardo, Raphael

The Great Masters, an interactive exhibition displaying the great discoveries from Leonardo, Michelangelo and Raphael, is ready to tour North America after a successful premiere in Gothenburg welcoming 140,000+ visitors before another sweep in Istanbul.

The exhibition tells the story of three of the greatest geniuses in history in an interactive and fun way using multimedia tools. The different themes in the exhibition such as anatomy, architecture and forensic study show what diverse abilities these men possessed.

Organized by Exhibits Development Group in collaboration with Excellent Exhibitions AB, Malmo, Sweden


By the Hand of Man, By the Force of Nature

EDG, in collaboration with Our Place Global, an official UNESCO partner, presents By the Hand of Man – By the Force of Nature to bring UNESCO World Heritage sites to museums, allowing for a once in a lifetime virtual visit. The exhibition brings its visitors to many of the 1,000+ sites of the world’s most important and visually impressive locations on the planet through digital displays, audio textures, and interactive exhibits.

Presented by Exhibits Development Group in collaboration with Our Place Global, an official UNESCO partner


Beyond Rubik's Cube

Liberty Science Center will extend its presentation of Beyond Rubik's Cube for 4 more months after expierencing the highest museum attendance since 2007.

The exhibition explores the Cube's impact across the fields of science, technology, engineering, mathematics and the arts. Organized around the themes Invent, Play and Inspire, Beyond Rubik's Cube presents tantalizing puzzles, robotic manipulations, music, art, and original artifacts that become creative platforms for exploration of the Cube and the culture it has inspired.

Beyond Rubik's Cube, is a STEAM exhibition and creative partnership between Liberty Science Center and Google, and distributed by Exhibits Development Group.


The Science of Rock ‘N’ Roll

The Ontario Science Centre has subjected The Science of Rock 'n' Roll to nearly a quarter-million guests during the last 5 months and the feedback remains consistent; this exhibition ROCKS!

The Science of Rock ‘N’ Roll presents for museum visitors the story of how the phenomenon of rock n’ roll affected technology and how technology affected rock ‘n’ roll.    The story of how this interaction evolved through rock 'n' roll is told through this unique and cutting-edge exhibiton. 

Exhibition produced by Elevation Productions and distributed by Exhibits Development Group


MythBusters: The Explosive Exhibition

This past weekend, MythBuster, Kari Byron, opened the exhibition to thousands of adoring guests and fans in Fort Worth, Texas.

Since its 2011 premiere, fans across the nation have experienced this interactive exhibition, using real science to bust myths and separate truth from urban legend, just like the team from the popular Discovery Channel® series. Go through the Blue Print Room, the Workshop and the Llive Demonstration Stage where amped up fun with bangs, destruction and surprises are sure to blow you away! All in the name of SCIENCE! Come be a MythBuster!

©2014 Discovery Communications, LLC. MYTHBUSTERS™ and the MYTHBUSTERS logo are trademarks of Discovery Communications, LLC, user under license. MythBusters Developed and Produced by Beyond Entertainment Limited. All rights reserved. Exhibition owned by MB Exhibition, LLC, St Paul, MN. All rights reserved.


The International Exhibition of Sherlock Holmes

Explore the character of Sherlock Holmes and use the forensic science made popular by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle through this immersive exhibition to solve a crime. Detectives of all ages in the Pacific Northwest and the Midwest have already joined the master detective on his pursuit to crack the most intricate mysteries and dreadful crimes using the powers of deduction and the most cutting-edge 19th century techniques of forensic science. 

Now on display in St. Louis, Missouri, children, adults, and Sherlockians alike will play detective and experience The International Exhibition of Sherlock Holmes! Will you be the next master sleuth?

Exhibition organized with GMC+A in collaboration with Doyle Estate, Ltd., OMSI, and MOL


EDG has celebrated 17 exhibition openings in 2014!

From all of us at EDG, a sincere THANK YOU
to our valued host museums in 2014:

COSI (Columbus, OH)
St. Louis Science Center (St. Louis, MO)
Science Museum Oklahoma (Oklahoma City, OK)
Ontario Science Center (Toronto, Canada)
Museum of Science and Industry, MOSI (Tampa, FL)
Discovery Science Center (Santa Ana, CA)
Liberty Science Center (Jersey City, NJ)
Blue Water Resort (Parker, AZ)
Discovery Center of Idaho (Boise, ID)
Brigham Young University Museum of Art (Provo, UT)
Citadelle Art Foundation (Canadian, TX)
Palmer Museum of Art (University Park, PA)
South Bend Museum of Art (South Bend, IN)
Baslique Notre-Dame (Montreal, Quebec)
Museum of Texas Tech University (Lubbock, TX)
Glenbow Museum (Calgary, AB, Canada)
Winnipeg Art Gallery (Winnipeg, MB, Canada)


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