About Redshift Productions
“Not since the Big Bang has physics been so explosive.” –offoffonline.com
Redshift Productions fosters the vision that everyone has a stake in the scientific endeavor. Using the arts as a means of communication, Redshift provides opportunities for scientists to share their work, and for the public to explore the universe through the unique perspective of science. Redshift Productions was founded in 2000 by Max Evjen and Megan Halpern. They have written, directed and produced several projects including Elements, Galileo: The Emotional Life of a Spacecraft, Happy Hour at the Event Horizon.
Redshift projects have been featured in Natural History Magazine, TimeOUT New York, and on CBS Sunday Morning and ABC News Nightline.
Using The Collaboratorium, a set of collaborative development tools designed by Redshift, your scientific outreach becomes a work of art. We reveal the essence of your work to the widest possible audience by building experiences in science. Email us if you are interested in working with Redshift’s consultants to create outreach for your next project or to create a project or production based on your research.
You can help us in our mission by making a tax deductible donation.
Redshift Productions is a sponsored project of Fractured Atlas, a non-profit arts service organization. Contributions in behalf of Redshift Productions may be made payable to Fractured Atlas and are tax deductible to the extent permitted by law.
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