Bedtime at the Museum on Friday, September 5th, is all about Texas Tech. Join the Education Division from 6:30-7:30 pm in the Sculpture Court as we read the book “Raider Red’s Game Day Rules” and make a smaller version of the Tech foam finger. At about 7:30 pm there will be a special appearance of the Masked Rider with Fearless Champion on the west lawn of the museum.
Arrive by 6 pm and enjoy pizza in the sculpture court as part of First Friday Art Trail.
Go Red Raiders!
Join us tomorrow as we show the 2.5 hour film, Superman, starring Christopher Reeve, Marlon Brando, & Gene Hackman. This family friendly film starts at 2 pm and will be shown in the Helen DeVitt Jones Auditorium at the Museum of TTU.
Shows will continue throughout the summer on Friday afternoons. Funding for the films is provided by the Helen Jones Foundation, Inc.
Join us this summer on Friday afternoons!
——- Museum of Texas Tech University will be closed Friday, July 4, 2014——
The Museum of Texas Tech University will close to the public at 2 pm on June 6, 2014 due to a private event that evening.
This includes Moody Planetarium. Planetarium shows will resume on Saturday, June 7.
There will not be any First Friday Art Trail activities Friday evening, June 6.
Join us on Friday, May 16th for the film, It Happened One Night. The 1934 Frank Capra movie starred Clark Cable and Claudette Colbert and went on to become the first movie to win the Big Five of Oscars. This did not happen again until 1975 when One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest won.
The film is about a reporter pursuing a celebrity. It is a black and white film that is believed to be the earliest of the “screwball comedies”.
“The screwball comedy has proven to be one of the most popular and enduring film genres. Screwball comedies combine the lunacy and ridiculousness of farce with the comic violence and hare-brained action of slapstick comedy, and the sophisticated and witty dialogue of the romantic comedy. All these elements are generally delivered at break-neck speed. The earliest screwball comedy was Lewis Milestone’s The Front Page (1931) but it first gained prominence in 1934 with It Happened One Night“.
The film begins at 2 pm in the Helen DeVitt Jones Auditorium.
We hope that you made it out on May 3rd. We had over a 1000 in attendance. Here are a few pictures.
Jurassic Park starts at 1:30pm today in the Helen Devitt Jones Auditorium. This free showing is part of Dino Day at the Museum of Texas Tech University.