By Egotist / / HORIZON takes audiences on an artful expedition from the highest peaks to the deepest seas, through all ten provinces and three territories. Drawing upon artistic inspiration from the country’s rich cultural mosaic, the film features traditional and contemporary creative works set in the unforgettable urban and natural landscapes. HORIZON was created to celebrate Canada’s diversity on its 150th anniversary last year. It’s FREE – and kinda a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity as the film has never screened in the USA. This technical exhibition is one-of-a-kind and at the largest all-digital-dome on Earth. HORIZON — A Visual Symphony of Canada (2017) – 22 mins Tuesday, April 10 – 6:30PM California Academy of Sciences, Morrison Planetarium – 75 Nancy Pelosi Drive, SF, CA 94118 (back staff entrance – not the front concourse entrance; escort will take you to the auditorium) RSVP quickly here.
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