Follow the light…to NightLife LIVE for the second installment of the Academy’s innovative monthly music and art series inspired by science.
EAST GARDEN: 7:45 pm, Beacon will turn the lights down low for a down-tempo foray into 90’s R&B, heavy on the bass. 8:45 pm, Join Brooklyn-based indie rockers Small Black as they bring a chillwave to the Academy’s East Garden. 6:00-10:00 pm, Peek inside a giant kaleidoscope and see a color-changing flower sculpture by visual artist Azael Ferrer.
DESIGN TALKS IN AFRICAN HALL:7:00 pm, Hear from Jason Kelly Johnson of Future Cities Lab and gain a new perspective on life (and the future of existence) in cities. 7:30 pm, Hear Designer, entrepreneur and imaginative advocate for a better world, John Bielenberg, share the secrets of how Future helps individuals, teams, and organizations close the gap between their challenges and solutions using Future's Rapid Ingenuity Practices.8:30 pm, Hear from Andrew Hessel—the distinguished research scientist at Autodesk, best known for AutoCAD, which engineers use to design everything from sunglasses to skyscrapers.
DESIGN EXHIBITS IN EAST PAVILION: 6:00-10:00 pm, Learn how smart, simple design has revolutionized the way we communicate, commute, and compute with displays from Revolights, Future Cities Lab, among others. 6:00-10:00 pm, Tag your instagram & Twitter photos from the event with #CASNightLife and have your pictures printed out instantly (and for free)! Provided by Social Print Studios.
LATE NITE ART EXPERIMENT IN CHILDREN'S GALLERY: Bring eyes, ears, and an open mind to experience Late Nite Art, a design-focused, social art experiment that encourages interaction between you and your neighbor. (Session 1 @ 7-7:30 pm, Session 2 @ 8-8:30 pm)* Passes are required for this program and will be distributed to visitors on a first-come first-served basis.
21+ Event, ID required for entry.
Note: The 4-story Rainforest exhibit closes at 7:45pm and planetarium passes are distributed to visitors on a first-come first-served basis. Special programs and lectures may have limited seating and admission will also be made available to visitors on a first-come, first-served basis.