Dead or Alive: Science of Creepy is a spooky event hosted by New York Hall of Science, 47-01 111th Street, Corona, New York 11368 on Sunday, October 28, 2018 from 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm
Join in for an afternoon of exploring the science of creepy. Make your own fake vial of blood, become a zombie while learning about biological simulations, and create a real habitat for a fake creature. Costume Creations, in this drop-in workshop, create a costume using an array of tools and fun materials at your disposal. Make and take your own vial of fake blood or construct your own prosthetic wounds (with a chocolate-y recipe that’s scary and delicious). Dowels and Cobwebs: Build spooky sculptures you can stand inside with dowels and rubber bands. Monster Mashup: Make a monster come to life with stop motion animation and cartoon body parts. Spooky Sounds: Create instruments to make spooky sounds using everyday materials and electronics. Zombie Tag: Take on the role of a scientist who is helping the “Center for Calamity Control” simulate a zombie outbreak. Demos: Halloween Phases of Matter Demonstrations, in this phases of matter (with a Halloween twist!) or Pumpkin Chucking at 3:30 pm. Enjoy live bands curated by Honk NYC, do it all, while listening to live music! Prizes will be handed out for those who come in costume. All activities are free with NYSCI admission.