Who am I? The Quest for Myself. The Montréal Science Centre presents its new
temporary exhibition from January 16th through April 18th 2010

MONTREAL, Jan. 14 /CNW Telbec/ - The Montréal Science Centre presents its new temporary exhibition "Who am I? The Quest for Myself" from January 16th through April 18th 2010.

Who am I? The Quest for Myself encourages visitors of all ages to undertake a quest that will help them understand who they are. Whether a person is kind, solitary or a tease, there's an explanation for each characteristic!

A Mysterious Environment

As they go through the exhibition, visitors can switch personalities on a theatre stage and enter a giant brain in search of what influence genetics and life experiences have on them. The machine room enables them to become aware of the role self-esteem plays in our personal development. Is physical beauty one of the social pressures affecting our individual sense of self-esteem?

At the end of their quest, participants have access to a portrait of themselves featuring their personality traits, which can be consulted on the Internet when they return home.

Who am I? The Quest for Myself is presented by the DOVE Self-Esteem Fund

With the support of SMURF(TM), Musée de la nature et des sciences de Sherbrooke, Télé-Québec and Canadian Heritage.

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    Information and ticket purchases :
    January 16 through April 18 2010
    514-496-4724 - 1 877-496-4724 - www.centredessciencesdemontreal.com

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The Montréal Science Centre: a beacon within the Montréal scientific culture community

The Montréal Science Centre, a complex dedicated to science and technology, greets more than 700,000 visitors annually. It distinguishes itself though its interactive approach, its emphasis on innovation, and the know-how of local people. The Old Port of Montréal Corporation manages the Montréal Science Centre. As such, it is committed to the positioning of the Centre as a gathering place for scientific and technological culture that is accessible to all, interactive, innovative, surprising, educational, and entertaining. www.centredessciencesdemontreal.com

The Montréal Science Centre wishes to thank it major partner, the Government of Canada, as well as its sponsoring partners TELUS and HYDRO-QUÉBEC.

SOURCE Montreal Science Centre

For further information: For further information: Julie Mailhot, Press Agent, Old Port of Montréal Corporation, Off.: (514) 283-8085, Cell.: (514) 283-8085, jmailhot@oldportofmontreal.com; www.centredessciencesdemontreal.com

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