UZ Arts and partners bring Luke Jerram’s amazing art installation the Museum of the Moon to Scotland. The project launches at Mackintosh Queen’s Cross in Glasgow with a live concert of Darker side of the Moon on the 11th May 2018.
Luke Jerram commissioned a new choral musical piece by Stanton Delaplane to play in the space. Listen to this here..
The installation continues until the 24th June with talks, music and events. It then moves to the Kelburn Garden Party on the 29th June. The project has been created in partnership with Synergy Concerts, The Take Me Somewhere Festival, The Charles Rennie Mackintosh Society and Kelburn Castle Estate.
When does Luke Jerram’s Museum of the Moon come to Scotland?
The Museum of the Moon will be installed in Mackintosh Queen’s Cross , Maryhill, Glasgow from 11th May to 24th June inclusive and at Kelburn Garden Party from 29th June to 1st July inclusive.
Mackintosh Queen’s Cross
10am, 12pm, 2pm and 4pm every day
Venue closes at 5pm, last entry 4.45pm.
Where can I find the full programme for events at Museum at the Moon at Mackintosh Queen’s Cross?
The full programme is available on a dedicated Museum of the Moon webpage. Click here to find out what’s on and to purchase tickets. Keep a look out on our UZ Arts Facebook page and the UZ Arts website for updates.
Why is the “Museum of the Moon Presents: DARK SIDE OF THE MOON performed live by START TO END” event for over 14s only?
There will be a bar open serving alcoholic beverages during the concert. 14-16 year olds can attend the event if accompanied by an adult (over 18). Unfortunately, due to council licensing laws, there is a strict no under 14s allowed entry. Under 14s are, however, more than welcome to visit the installation during the day.
More special events still to be announced. You can also find out about events and developments on the Museum of the Moon Facebook Page and the UZ Arts Facebook Page.