IMAG History & Science Center announces a pilot program involving a new platform on Facebook.
The IMAG will be hosting an interactive program with renowned photographer Clyde Butcher known for wilderness photography of the Florida landscape. Clyde will talk about his Cuba photo collection in a virtual presentation on “Cuba: The Natural Beauty” at 7 p.m. on Thursday, June 4 hosted by the IMAG History & Science Center in Fort Myers.
Participation in the livestream is $4.99 per registration. Viewers will be able to ask Clyde Butcher questions in the accompanying chat. To register for Clyde Butcher’s virtual talk, hosted Thursday at the IMAG History & Science Center in Fort Myers, visit bit.ly/2XbUBLa.
An exhibit from that trip, “Cuba: The Natural Beauty,” opened at the IMAG March 6, with a scheduled run through December 2020.
The IMAG reopened May 23 and will phase in with weekend hours to welcome guests back. IMAG is open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday, June 5 to Sunday, June 7. IMAG will then adopt a summer schedule beginning Tuesday, June 9, open from noon to 4 p.m. Tuesdays to Sundays and closed on Mondays. The IMAG is located in Fort Myers at 2000 Cranford Avenue and can be reached for more information and ticket sales online at www.theIMAG.org or by calling 239-243-0043.
The IMAG History & Science Center is a family-friendly destination featuring interactive exhibits, activities, aquariums, and history displays for all ages including a 3D theater and virtual reality experience.
The IMAG features many attractions including Science on a Sphere, an interactive exhibit that illustrates the sciences of our earth; Google Earth Wall that allows people to virtually climb the world’s tallest mountains, dive into the deepest canyons, visit exciting cities, learn about exotic animals, and more; and Shaping SWFL Watersheds, an interactive, augmented reality sandbox generating live topographical maps and fluid dynamics in real time.