10.05.2013 – 08.31.2014
AVAM's 19th original thematic exhibition is a timely and playful examination of the serious impact of technology on our lives, as seen through the eyes of 40+ visionary artists, cutting edge futurists, and inventors. Pleasing to an audience of Nobel Prize winners and schoolchildren alike, this show asks, "Two billion personal computers later, post DNA-sequencing, are we on the road to becoming a better, healthier, happier, less warlike, human race?"
Behold the Sights and Wonders Just Ahead!
- AVAM's Big Ol' Barn Sale!
Sat. March 15 • 9am–1pm • Free & Open to the public
Calling all bargain hunters: don't miss AVAM's (once in a blue moon) white elephant rummage sale on Saturday, March 15 from 9am–1pm! Help us clear out our hoard & get your hands on some amazing artwork, books, cards & publications, electronics, office supplies & furniture, vintage Macs, retro AVAM & Kinetic memorabilia, plenty of art fixins, and loads more... it's a picker's paradise! Free & Open to the public, cash & credit accepted, all proceeds benefit AVAM.
- Visionary Environments Workshop
Inclusive workshop for students with disabilities & their families • Sat. March 22 • 1–4pm • Free!
Come experience the museum on a deeper level at this FREE, one-day workshop for students with disabilities and their families. We will begin with a guided tour through the museum as participants learn about the lives and work of our visionary artists, then proceed to the classroom for a hands-on experience as you explore new materials and develop visionary creations of your own! All participants must be age 6 or older. Space is limited, pre-registration required.