About this event:
WHAT: The iconic sci-fi film 2001: A Space Odyssey turns fifty this year, so come celebrate the science of sci-fi flicks over popcorn and a brew!
SO WHAT: Join astronomer Mark Hammergren and sci-fi editor, critic, and biographer Gary Wolfe in a spirited discussion on the impact 2001: A Space Odysseyhad on film-making and its role in “blowing our minds”. You’ll also has the chance to try and stop HAL 9000 in a museum wide scavenger hunt, learn about film-making techniques, check out some rare items from the museums collection, and a special improv show!
NOW WHAT: Tickets are $20 for general admission and $15 for members. Make it a night to remember!