(Excerpt from 'Uncover the Mystery of Fog at Exploratorium's Fog Festival' posted on Exploratorium. Found here http://www.exploratorium.edu/press-office/press-releases/uncover-mystery-fog-exploratoriums-fog-festival)
The Exploratorium is world-renowned science museum that creates original, interactive exhibits, on display at more than 1,000 science centers, museums and public spaces around the world.
Celebrate the enigmatic and ever-changing nature of fog and explore the science behind what is one of San Francisco’s most salient meteorological phenomena at the Exploratorium’s first-ever Fog Festival from noon to 5 p.m. Saturday, September 28, 2013 inside the museum and in its Outdoor Gallery. From the science behind water vapor to cinematic and artistic explorations of fog, this all-ages event is included with museum admission and invites visitors to explore the complexities of the Bay Area’s dynamic weather.
It’s also a chance to bid adieu to Fog Bridge, the immersive outdoor art installation by Japanese interdisciplinary artist Fujiko Nakaya, slated to close October 6. She’ll be present at Fog Bridge at 1 p.m. and 3 p.m. during the Fog Festival for a series of fascinating scientific and aesthetic demonstrations about fog led by Exploratorium staff. Nakaya has created fog gardens, falls, and geysers all over the world, including at the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao, and at the Parc de la Villette in Paris.
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