MONTREAL, June 17, 2014 /CNW Telbec/ - The sloths are now all settled into their brand-new habitat at the Biodôme and are ready for your visit! They'd like to invite you to slow down and enjoy the Biodôme's latest experiment, created by guest artist Marie-Claire Lagacé. The event, "Hurry Up and Slow Down," is a highlight of Space for Life's 2014 program of events.
On the program: a slow-paced guided tour
- A new temporary habitat for nature's slowpokes, where you can go nose to nose with the sloths and other slow-moving species in a relaxed, inviting setting.
- Symphony of Life: a musical creation based on the story of a sloth, brought to life through music, mime and movement.
- An installation encouraging you to linger, made of long strings and floating notes with entertaining facts and anecdotes explaining what slowness means for various species, including those at the Biodôme.
Montréal Space for Life has organized two separate Slow events:
|Media event:||Tuesday, June 17, 2014 at 2:30 p.m.|
| Launch evening:
|| Tuesday, June 17, 2014 at 5 p.m.
|| Montréal Biodôme
4777 Pierre-De Coubertin, Montréal (Viau metro station)
|Parking:||3000, rue Viau (outdoor lot) $|
|3200, rue Viau (indoor lot) $|
SOURCE: Espace pour la vie
For further information:
Opportunities for interviews with designer, artistic director and scenographer Marie-Claire Lagacé, Montréal Space for Life Director Charles-Mathieu Brunelle, Biodôme Director Rachel Léger and various Biodôme experts.
IXION Communications / Judith Dubeau