“STOP LOOKING AT ME” SUMMER SIZZLE CEREMONY
Uncover more than the eye can see through Children’s Museum Houston’s “Sights Unseen” exhibit celebration
Tuesday, Aug. 10 at 10:30 a.m.
Sponsored by Occidental
August is finally here but summer isn’t over yet! Children’s Museum Houston invites you to a summer sizzle ceremony for the “Sights Unseen” exhibit sponsored by Occidental. Summer sizzle celebrates the peak of summer which usually falls on the second week of August for much of Texas. The ceremony will focus on a “Stop Looking at Me” pop-up installation made of multiple eyes which will appear to be floating in mid-air.
“Sights Unseen” is an eye-popping, glow-in-the-dark exhibit about light, vision and how animals see the world. Come beat the heat and look beyond the mysterious and invisible realm around you in this instantly Instagram-able experience.
Join us during a kid-imagined “Stop Looking at Me” summer sizzle ceremony complete with giant eyeballs. A center piece between the central eyes will be cut, resulting in two sides swinging off to the left and right, effectively opening the exhibit entrance.
A celebration of the “Sights Unseen” exhibit is long overdue because of the pandemic! The exhibit was barely seen when it briefly opened in August 2020 before the Museum’s temporary closure. Then, this summer, the attention has been on our reopening. We’d like to make sure no one misses it before going back to school!