Mad Scientist Ball: The Science of Sound
Fort Worth Museum of Science and History's Annual Fundraiser. Grab your lab coats and dancing shoes for the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History's Mad Scientist Ball: The Science of Sound. Guests will receive a backstage pass to the Museum's newest traveling exhibit, GUITAR: The Instrument That Rocked The World, as well as access to all the Museum galleries packed with one-of-a-kind activities.
The dress code is geek chic, and lab coats will be provided! Specialty cocktails and dinner will highlight the evening; featured entertainment includes live music and a special demonstration by world renown sound artist, Abinadi Meza. Studio experiments promise unique experiences with standing waves, resonance experiments and a silent disco.
Guests can hitch a ride with a cosmic guide through the universe and go behind the scenes of the all-new, Museum-produced planetarium show, Live at the Noble. Go on a live safari through space and time while exploring the cosmic neighborhood of Our Solar System.
The Museum's annual fundraiser raises support for scholarships and exhibitions and allows the Museum to continue to educate the next generation of scientists, engineers and makers.