Sep 12, 2012
We didn't realize that Boston's Museum of Science holds such interesting adult offerings until recently. All-year round, a team of savvy programmers develops edgy events for the 18-and-over set to enjoy. Programs range from "Food for Thought" to "Connections" and our personal favorite "When Science Meets Art."
The November 7th "Lightning Strikes" event at the MOS will feature ASKlabs' film "Lightning Dreams: The Electrum at Gibbs Farm" along with a panel discussion by notorious high-voltage engineer, Greg Leyh, filmmaker Alberta Chu, and Daniel Davis, resident MOS high-voltage physicist.
Afterwards, a reception in the Theater of Electricty will celebrate all things high-voltage. Our mad scientist engineers, Greg Leyh and Daniel Davis are at this very moment devising fascinating (and hopefully not too dangerous) experiments and demonstrations with electricity for us all to enjoy apres screening. A lucky few may even get the rare opportunity to go inside a Faraday Cage and put Maxwell's Law to the ultimate test. And to top it all off, there will be a cash bar, for those who think the combination of electricity and alcohol make the perfect "date night."
We got a sneak peek at the brochure for MOS Fall 2012 Adult Programming hot-off-the-press, and our "Lightning Strikes" event is featured on the cover! If you're an MOS member you have the chance to get your ticket early - tickets will be made available to the general public at 9am Thursday Sept. 13th. PURCHASE TICKETS ONLINE NOW!