The Paley Center for Media today announced that a Star Trek: Discovery exhibit, including artwork, costumes, set pieces, and more, will open on May 8th. The Paley Center will take visitors on a journey to the final frontier when it unveils the immersive multimedia exhibit Star Trek: Discovery–Fight for the Future. This exclusive exhibit will run through July 7 and is free and open to the public.
“Star Trek is one of the most original and daring franchises in television history, and we’re honored to be the first to present this visually stunning exhibit celebrating the latest installment in the storied franchise,” said Maureen J. Reidy, the Paley Center’s President & CEO. “Star Trek: Discovery—Fight for the Future continues the Paley Center’s commitment to presenting unique exhibits that lift the curtain on the creative process behind the most influential shows on television.”
In its second season of the CBS All Access series, the Discovery crew investigates multiple signals left by a mysterious being called the Red Angel. Star Trek: Discovery—Fight for the Future reflects the obstacles the crew faces in saving the future from a nefarious artificial intelligence attempting to destroy all sentient life in the Galaxy. This dynamic interactive exhibition, encompassing two floors of the Paley Center and illuminating the creative process behind the mammoth production, transports visitors into the world of Star Trek: Discovery with inspired installations featuring production and concept art, as well as models, props, costumes, set pieces including the U.S.S. Discovery captain’s chair, full prosthetic makeup busts, and much more.
“Coming off a successful season two of Star Trek Discovery, we are excited to partner with the Paley Center to give fans and visitors an opportunity to see and interact with drawings, costumes and set design from the series,” said David Stapf, President, CBS Television Studios. “This exhibit will allow fans a tactile experience never before seen beyond the studio’s stages.”