Fun Exhibits is excited to present at the ASTC 2023 Conference, October 7th and 8th.
Booth 302 in the Charlotte Convention center is where you can see and experience Fun Exhibits!
Fun Exhibits is displaying the Magnetoscope at Maker Works, during and after the open-house event in Ann Arbor, MI, October 23, 2022.
Visit Ann Arbor's largest community makerspace, see the exciting activity there and check out the Magnetoscope!
Fun Exhibits exhibited at the ASTC (Association of Science and Technology Centers) 2022 conference in Pittsburgh, PA, September 12th and 13th.
Booth 532 in the David L. Lawrence Convention Center, was where you could see and experience Fun Exhibits!
Fun Exhibits will be at Maker Faire New York at the New York Hall of Science in the special exhibitors section Sat/Sun Sept. 21-22, 2013. Michael Flynn’s Maker Page is here. Check out the newest exhibits! Cooperative Phonograph and the inflatable Cloud Bean:
A&D NEWS May 13, 2013 Michael Flynn: Flint Public Art Fest UM Stamps School Lecturer Michael Flynn‘s Cooperative Phonograph helped to activate an extended sense of community through cooperative play at The Flint Public Art Festival, May 3rd through 5th. The festival served as the inaugural opening of parkland reclaimed for public use from ...
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Check out the Flint FreeCity Public Art Festival Flynn’s CloudBean inflatable shelter for Flint FreeCity Art Fest May 3,4 & 5, 2013 First puff into inflatable 10 meter diameter mylar hemisphere. Check out the lighting phenomena at 1:54. Thanks to Brent Bucknam for his build assistance, Marty Hedler for design consultations and to MakerWorks Ann ...
Fun Exhibits will be premiering a new inflatable dome as part of the Free City Public Art Festival, a three-day international public art festival that will take place in Flint, Michigan from May 3 to 5, 2013 in and around an abandoned, former Chevrolet manufacturing site known as Chevy-in-the-Hole.
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WonderLab Museum of Science, Health and Technology in Bloomington, Indiana purchased a Magnetoscope for their exhibits collection.