Take yourself on a visual journey at Portland's Kendall Planetarium this weekend

Dec 6 2019, 10:45 am

If you’re looking to lose yourself in another dimension this weekend, then why not do it at the Kendall Planetarium at Oregon Museum of Science and Technology!

The planetarium will screen Mesmerica, a 3D, immersive, full-dome projection show produced by Grammy-nominated percussionist and composer James Hood.

 

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The immersive screening features visually hypnotic magical art and music that is designed to “transcend time, relax, soothe, and also stimulate your mind and senses,” according to a release.

 

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The screening is ongoing and will show next on December 8 at OMSI. Tickets are on sale now.

Mesmerica: A 360 Visual Music Journey

When: December 8, 2019. For other dates, check the schedule
Time: Show begins at 5:30 pm
Where: 1945 SE Water Avenue, Portland
Admission: $12 to $39. Buy tickets here

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