On now until the 30th April 2018, the Museum of Applied Science brings you Learn & Play! teamLab Future Park presented by Toyota. Young and old can immerse themselves in a magical imaginary world and rediscover the art of play. The Future Park Exhibition will have your imagination running wild on a journey through make-believe worlds.
You will have the opportunity to compose a symphony with light and movement, build a city and invent people and animals of the future. This special event has been created by Japanese art collective teamLab. Future Park takes visitors through eight immersive interactive installations, each constantly evolving in real time and responding to human interaction.
Use giant colourful musical balls, create a living ecosystem of animals and plants with digital graffiti, test out your building skills and design a futuristic town, try your hand at electronic hopscotch amongst much more.
Visitors young and old will explore the possibilities of imagination, collaboration and creation through eight interactive installations, each designed to constantly evolve in real time as it responds to human interactions with the art.
What: Learn & Play! teamLab Future Park When: until 30 April, 2018 Thursday sessions - 10am - 5pm
Where: Powerhouse Museum 500 Harris St, Ultimo NSW 2007
Pre-booking via Ticketek is strongly recommended.
Child (4–16 years): $17.30
Family (2 adults & 2 children or 1 adult & 3 children): $74
Children under 4: Free
*MAAS Members receive free Future Park admission and are not required to pre-book. Some exhibitions such as this one cannot accommodate prams and strollers. See the website for full details on stroller parking.