Due to updated TCNJ guidelines regarding novel Coronavirus, we are cancelling this event.
On April 4th, the Sarnoff Collection is once again participating in the 16th annual Smithsonian Magazine Museum Day. This year, Museum Day will showcase #earthoptimism. Visit our lobby exhibit Mr. Fix-It: Tools of the Repair Trade and learn about how radios and televisions were repaired in the 20th century. Also visit our new temporary exhibit, In Living Color to learn about the development of color television. See the schedule below for more events:
o 1:00: Sewable Circuits: make your own felt light-up LED emoji pin (space is limited and registration is required, email firstname.lastname@example.org to register)
o 2:00: Repair Rodeo: bring in an object needing repair and fix them with Sugru, a moldable glue (for ideas, visit
o 3:00: Physicist Jonathan Allen will present “Electronics to protect the Environment,” a talk about how electronic instruments examine air, water, and meteorology in order to allow scientists to make informed environmental decisions.