FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – Family Interactive Experiences Back at THEMUSEUM
SPECTRUM | The Five Senses is a sharable experience igniting all the senses
Kitchener ON | – THEMUSEUM is excited to announce the return of a fan favourite exhibition, SPECTRUM, with a fresh new twist. SPECTRUM | The Five Senses presented by Christie Digital consists of five rooms asking visitors to look, listen, taste, smell, and feel as they immerse themselves in the experience.
In 2019, the first SPECTRUM set record attendance numbers at THEMUSEUM. The second iteration was SPECTRUM | The Climate Emergency Experience presented in uptown Waterloo.
“After the world-class exhibition based on The Rolling Stones, it is time for us to refocus on and welcome back our members, families, and guests of all ages to enjoy a fun immersive experience in a safe environment,” said David Marskell CEO of THEMUSEUM.
SPECTRUM | The Five Senses presented by Christie Digital and featuring Christie projectors will have works from both international and Canadian artists. Guests will be able to engage with international works from Anders Lind, specifically, their participatory piece titled LINES, and a unique digital sensory experience created by Electric Playhouse.
THEMUSEUM has also re-engaged local creatives, Boko Designs, and renowned Canadian artist David Rokeby for the experience-based exhibition.
Timed tickets to this exciting new experience are now on sale at THEMUSEUM.ca. SPECTRUM | The Five Senses presented by Christie Digital will open to the public on Friday, June 3 with special Members-only days and times to be announced. Learn more about the exhibition at THEMUSEUM.ca
For additional information, please contact:
David Marskell – CEO, THEMUSEUM
We are THEMUSEUM – ONEWORDUPPERCASE. We are a new kind of experiential museum – one of maverick ideas and unexpected intersections. No dusty objects and no velvet ropes. We are a premier cultural destination dedicated to presenting fresh, inspired content from around the globe in unique and immersive ways designed to showcase art & technology at play.