SPIDERS: FROM FEAR TO FASCINATION

 

FEATURES

Spiders – From Fear to Fascination is a face-to-face interactive encounter with over 250 real spider specimens, live exhibits and rigorous contemporary science. This combination of immersion and information showcases the latest spider science that allows the visitor an up-close glimpse into the fascinating world of spiders. Featuring live spider exhibits including Tarantulas, Giant water spiders, Communal Huntsman and Black Widows.

 

MULTIMEDIA & DESIGN

Augmented reality environments and experiences – latest spider discoveries – AV of spiders behavior and interviews with spider scientists- spider models and habitat dioramas –  interactive displays- informative text panel and labels

 

Spiders – From Fear to Fascination is a traveling exhibition from Australian Museum and toured internationally by Flying Fish.

 

 

PRODUCTION REQUIREMENTS: 
Space Required:8,000 - 12,000 sq.ft.
Minimum Ceiling Height:14 ft. recommended
Standard Rental Length:3 month minimum
Production Time:14 working days for install & 10 working days for de-install
Freight:5 - 40 ft. containers or 4 - 53 ft. trucks and 1 - 20' climate-controlled van.

 

TOUR ITINERARY:  
Questacon - The National Science & Technology CenterParkes, ACT, AUS
Australian Museum
Sydney, NSW, AUS
Royal Ontario Museum
Toronto, ON, Canada
Montreal Science CentreMontreal, QC, CanadaCURRENTLY ON DISPLAY THROUGH SEPTEMBER 3, 2019

 

TESTIMONIAL

“Spiders: From Fear to Fascination’ is a spectacularly appealing exhibit for everyone from the spider timid to professional arachnologists. No other spider exhibit of the last 30 years comes close to the quality of this show. What I love about this exhibit is that it is so active and engaging for visitors of all ages. It combines accessible biology, gorgeous visuals, many live spiders and other arachnids, 400 dried specimens in life-like poses, and interactive games and graphics. Where else do you see families dancing with peacock spiders? No one will leave this exhibit without an ongoing interest in spiders.”

Dr. Linda S. Rayor
Department of Entomology, Cornell University

 

 

 

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