Sunday, January 25, 2015

Weirder Science

Explore bizarre relationships over cocktails at the Perot


Don't worry. You're not the only one who looks adoringly at the new Dyson vacuum cleaner.  

In fact, the universe is filled with plenty of unusual relationships.  

Explore the deeper connections of humans and robots and other interesting co-existences in the world as guest speakers, interactive demonstrations, and performances guide you through Social Science  a late-night, adults-only, museum party on June 21.

This event sells out weeks in advance, so plan ahead.

One reason might be the 35mm outdoor screening of the original Tron, courtesy of Alamo Drafthouse.  

Between all the education and geektastic goodness, Social Science is like that fun chemistry class you hoped for but never had in college. Mostly because of the beer, wine and cocktails available at the bar.  

Which could all help forge your own human-to-human bonds if you're so inclined.

Social Science: Relationships
Friday, June 21
Perot Museum of Nature and Science
2201 N. Field St., Downtown
(214) 428-5555

Cost: $10-15 here.
No child's play: 21+ only
Nearby: Meso Maya; Zenna Restaurant; West End Pub

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