Photowalk: Seismique Art Installation
June 30 @ 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Beat the heat with a fun indoor art installation! We have permission to photograph inside Seismique, a new art installation that took over an old Bed, Bath and Beyond store on Hwy6. It’s located just south of Katy Fwy/i-10. This is a one-of-a-kind interactive art installation with lots of creative photography and portrait opportunities.
My wife and son both graduate this month, so I took them here for some unique graduation pictures in their cap and gown. I’ll post some images on our Facebook Group page for you to check out.
We are planning this one for a Wednesday so we can avoid the weekend crowd.
Here are some details from their website: “Seismique is a mind-bending, interactive experience filled with immersive exhibits and stunning displays designed to both entertain and inspire our guests. Visitors will explore over 40,000 square feet of the most creative, inventive, and enjoyable art ever collected in one location.” https://seismique.com/
Entry fee is $35+tax, but worth it. And it’s a really fun place to take the family for unique photo ops out of the hot sun.
They have some reasonable rules: no backpacks or camera bags, but I carried a very small pouch (smaller than a purse) so I could swap 2 lenses. No flash photography. No tripods. No high-heels (to prevent damage to walk-on artwork), so flats only. This goes for both men and women. No strollers. No food/drinks, but they have a snack bar.
As usual, we will collect money in advance so you won’t have to wait in a long line of photowalkers to pay one-at-a-time. Be sure and check FAQ and refund policy if you have any questions.
Tickets are purchased for each completed RSVP. *Tickets are not refundable or transferrable.* Refunds available if the event is canceled by the group or venue. Refunds not available for no-shows, cancellations, or late arrivals.
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