Iridescence Exhibition at LASM
“In the natural world, iridescence is found in soap bubbles, bird feathers, butterfly wings, gemstones, seashells, and fish and snake scales. In the human-centric world, color-shifting clothes, automotive paints, the newest cell phones, and even special-edition LSU football helmets are created with iridescent materials! It is so exciting for us to share this amazing exhibition.” stated Lexi Adams, Curator of the Louisiana Art & Science Museum (LASM).
In this latest fine art exhibition, “Iridescence,” the museum has partnered with a number of departments at LSU, including the Department of Entomology, School of Textiles, Apparel, Design, and Merchandising, and the School of Art. The exhibition explores natural and man-made iridescence, the different structures that must occur for the phenomenon to exist, and will feature STEAM-based educational content, virtual tours, and hands-on activities designed by staff and partners to explore the art and science that merge within iridescence.Read More at Iridescence
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