Traveling Exhibits

Discover exhibits from museums and science centers across the nation in the Traveling Exhibits gallery. These exhibits change out approximately every quarter. 

Math Moves!

Playfully investigate ratio and proportion at scale in the 20 unique interactive experiences in Math Moves! Math Moves  logo

Use your body, gestures and words to set up, measure, describe and compare ratios and proportions and collaborate to solve the challenges presented in the exhibit. Math Moves! makes discovering the connections between fractions, ratios, proportions, geometric similarity, and more relevant math concepts fun for the whole family. 

Ratios and proportions are constants in everyday life. From adjusting ingredients in recipes, creating a budget, or deciding how much paint is needed for a room, understanding ratios and proportions is essential. 


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Math Moves! Produced by: Science Museum Minnesota in collaboration with Explora, Albuquerque | Museum of Science, Boston | Museum of Life and Science, Durham

Exhibits in development

The Amazeum Creative Studio develops experiences for the museum and collaborates with other museums and cultural institutions to create interactive experiences that fuse the arts and sciences into playful explorations for children and adults. 

Currently in development is an exploration of visual perceptions called Reflections: The Art and Science of Visual Perception.

This exhibit investigates 4 major themes: 

  • Distortions | Curved mirrors create surprising distorted visual effects
  • Multiples | Reflected reflections produce amazing geometric patterns
  • Art | Color reflections produce artful visual images
  • Illusions | Arranged mirrors produce altered perceptions of reality

Mirrors are everywhere in our world. It's easy to lose sight of the ability of a mirrored surface to create moments of wonder, intrigue, delight, and reflection. Mirrors are at the forefront of this exhibit to create those moments where science and art intersect as light reflects. 

For complete details on the Amazeum Maker in Residence Program tap here. 

Reflections: The Art and Science of Visual Perception