The Immersive Experience’ opens Thursday in Schenectady – The Daily Gazette

The highly anticipated exhibition “Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience” opens Thursday at the Armory Studios in Schenectady.

Presented by Exhibition Hub and Fever, the exhibition allows visitors to take a journey through Van Gogh’s life through 360-degree digital projections, a virtual reality (VR) experience and a light and sound show. . More than 300 sketches by Van Gogh can be seen through floor-to-ceiling projections. There is also a drawing studio and additional galleries.

Reserve tickets are on sale with standard admission starting at $32 for adults and $19 for children.

Discounted tickets are also available for seniors, students, military veterans, families, and larger groups (more than nine people).

There are over 200 free parking spaces available at the rear entrance of the Armory.

For more information, visit DiscoverSchenectady.com. And for recent stories about the exhibition that appeared in The Daily Gazette, go to dailygazette.com and search for ‘Van Gogh’.

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