Ocean-gazing under the dome

October 17, 2017

Renowned Costa Rican pianist and composer Manuel Obregón, artist Carlos Hiller, underwater photographer Simón Bolivar, LUZ ART and the Children’s Museum in San José have joined forces to present a musical and visual experience in which underwater images are projected onto a giant dome. The images will take viewers beneath the waves of Isla Murciélago, Isla del Caño, Cabo Blanco, Cahuita and Puerto Vargas.

Space is limited to 150 people for each show, which will be offered Oct. 19-21 and 26-29 at 8 pm each evening, in a space known as “El Barco” on the Children’s Museum grounds. Tickets are ¢8.000 (about $14) and are available on the museum webpage or at the Children’s Museum ticket office. More info at the Trance Submarino 360º Facebook page.

 

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