Museum of the Moon

2 February – 24 February 2019

The Museum of the Moon is an incredible combination of technical and scientific skill that creates a personal connection with the viewer. Made using detailed NASA moon imagery and fusing moonlight and surround sound music, British installation artist Luke Jerram’s 23-foot high, giant three-dimensional moon will be suspended in the centre of the Grade I listed building for all to see.

The installation combines lunar imagery, moonlight and a surround sound composition created by BAFTA and Ivor Novello award winning composer Dan Jones.

A series of events has been planned.

 

Caption: Museum of the Moon at Lakes Alive UK c. Luke Jerram

Further information:
  • Opening hours Monday 11am-5pm; Tuesday – Saturday 10am-5pm; Sunday 11am-4pm
  • Location: Market Square, Preston, Lancashire PR1 2PP
  • The museum is a short walk from Preston bus and train stations
  • Contact Tel 01772 258248. Email: harris.museum@preston.gov.uk
  • Admission is free

http://www.harrismuseum.org.uk/