New 4D Pop-up Experience Brings Alaska to SF
Powered by a mix of breathtaking film, 4D technology, and immersive sensations, this one-of-a-kind art installation will allow you to experience a year in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. Prepare to be awed by America’s last great wilderness and get up close and personal with herds of caribou, arctic foxes, migratory birds, and polar bears.
The Arctic Refuge Experience. Step in. Step up. Pop-up
– November 21-22 | Noon – 2pm and 4 – 9pm
– November 23 | Noon – 8pm
– November 24 | 11am – 7pm
Capitol Art, 3073 17th St. at Folsom, San Francisco
Get Tickets – $8
$10– Get 20% off with code FUNCHEAP
100% of net proceeds will go to the Gwich’in Steering Committee and Gwich’in Youth Council.
This immersive 4D experience utilizes over 66 Million pixels of projected video, atmospherics, reflections, programmable wind, custom scents, tactile sensations, depth sensing, gesture tracking, 40 controllable lights, and 16 channels of sound to transport visitors to the wilderness of the Arctic Refuge.
The Wilderness Society’s Arctic Refuge Experience. Step in. Step up. transports you on a journey through a year in the Arctic Refuge and introduces you to the damaging effects that oil and gas drilling will have on this essential environment. The Experience brings the beauty and vastness of the Arctic Refuge to visitors who would never otherwise get the chance to travel there.
As the Trump administration plans to open the Refuge to drilling for the first time ever, visitors will even have the chance to take action to protect the Refuge by becoming a “shareholder” in the No Waaay Corp., the first-ever collective action corporation created solely to stop Big Oil from destroying public lands.