an [impossible apple] a day
with Jeanette Andrews
Join us for an evening with master illusionist, Jeanette Andrews, in the grand Hall of Immortals at the International Museum of Surgical Science.
The The International Museum of Surgical Science presents sensory illusionist, Jeanette Andrews. Attendees will use the scent of wet dirt and apples as catalysts in a series of guided, interactive illusions, where viewers can create the impossible and seemingly predict the future…Andrews’ work uses magic, scientific oddities and sensory anomalies to bridge everyday life to a heightened world.
Jeanette Andrews is a sensory illusionist who specializes in creating performative, art-based interactive sensory magic, possessing a contemplative take on the art of the impossible. Her performances have been praised by The Daily Mail, the Chicago Tribune and PBS.
Learn more at www.jeanetteandrews.com
Doors to the Museum open at 6:00pm. Performance begins at 7:00pm. Museum exhibits open until 9:00pm.