Our sky looks a lot different in the winter—and not just because of the snow. Come learn about winter star knowledge, observe the constellations safely with telescopes, and explore astrology legends through astrological-isnpired art-making.
Bell Museum: Constellation Demonstration
Relax and gaze up at the constellations on the big screen courtesy of the Bell Museum travelling planetarium. Explore the universe and discover the beauty and history of winter constellations. Telescopes from the Bell Museum will be available between 7 and 9 pm on the sidewalk along Vineland Place (weather permitting).
Art-Making: Constellation Gallery Tour
Constellations helped ancient civilizations track a constantly changing sky and later allowed for navigation across the oceans. Create your own constellation map with Leia Wambach using an artist-inspired star chart, then let it be your guide as you explore the galleries.
Art-Making: The Future
We’re all made up of star dust—learn about your astrological chart in the zodiac reading room with Lacey Prpic Hedtke, artist, astrologer, and founder of The Future. Find guidance from the stars and divination tools, then explore which artists in the galleries your stars align with.
Plus, don’t miss extra events every night in February. Get together at the Walker to celebrate winter with art-making, snowshoeing, sledding, s’mores, and more. Galleries are free and open late (5–9 pm), so bring a friend, invite a date, come solo or with a group, and join us for Winter at the Walker!