The Discovery Centre is pleased to host an incredible project that celebrates Canada’s 150th with Canadian fashion retailer, Simons3DCanada is a first-of-its-kind, crowd-sourced art initiative. Acclaimed visual artist and Canadian author, Douglas Coupland, leads this incredible project while taking 3D scanned portraits of Canadians during this Canada-wide tour. The Discovery Centre is happy to host the tour’s final stop. Coupland will be taking 3D portraits of 125* lucky visitors, which will then be a part of the final 3D printed sculpture, representing Canadians in the 21st century. Participants will also receive their own 3D printed bust for taking part in this project.

3DCanada

Date

Wednesday, April 5

Time

3:00pm-8:00pm

Location

Innovation Lab

Admission $

FREE (starting at 3:00pm)

Tickets to participate: Limited

A limited number of visitors will be able to participate in the project. First come, first serve. Tickets available in the Innovation lab. Photo takes approximately 3 minutes. We always urge our visitors to stop by, ask questions or to say hello to our guests.

  

 

Please note that there are a limited number of visitors who will participate. Artistic subjects are selected on a first come, first serve basis. Make sure to visit the Innovation Lab to receive a ticket (free of charge) to be one of the lucky few to be scanned. Bring friends and family! We’ve moved up FREE Wednesday Evenings to start at 3:00PM for this special one-time-only event! Members and visitors are encouraged to drop in and check it out! Feel free to take photos and post them to social media with #3DCanada.

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