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Museum Joins February’s First Friday Art Walk

January 27, 2022

The Idaho Museum of Natural History’s (IMNH) on the Pocatello campus of Idaho State University (ISU) will be joining February’s First Friday Art Walk with a unique projector project.

With support from Stan and Sharon Gates of Gate City Fine Arts the IMNH will project the National Geographic’s Ancient Predator Had a Killer Jaw video onto the Gate City Boxing Building at 323 N Main St. The video highlights the IMNH’s shark like Helicoprion that lived in Idaho 275 million years ago and could slice its prey in two with its buzzsaw jaw.

Stop by and visit with museum staff about February's LOVE Your Museum month. The month includes a membership drive, multiple lectures about current research, and a fused glass activity. The first 20 people to sign up for a museum membership will receive a free IMNH gift. Local glass artist, Melissa Neiers, will be on hand to discuss the Fused Glass Hearts activity she will be leading on Feb. 12.

Since 1934, the IMNH has offered unique, educational and fun opportunities to visitors, classrooms, tourists and the public at large. To learn more please visit imnh.isu.edu or call 208-282-3168.

 


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