Penn State Museum Consortium To Host ‘Night At The Museums’ Event April 20
No, you’re not Ben Stiller, but the Penn State Museum Consortium will get you pretty close.
From 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Thursday, April 20, a group of participating campus museums will join together for the annual “Night at the Museums” event. The consortium will include the All-Sports Museum, HUB Art Alley, and the Palmer Museum of Art, among others, that will offer unique exhibits during this one-day-only experience.
Participants will have the opportunity to pose with the Rose Bowl Trophy at the All-Sports Museum, stand on the scales at the Armsby Calorimeter, or discover and talk about new plants at the PAC Herbarium.
Additionally, visitors can take part in the Palmer Museum of Art’s final installment of “Art After Hours: Going Out on a High” in its Curtin Road location.
The event is open to all students, faculty, and community members and is free of charge.
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