We were honored to provide sound for Party at the Piers, the annual spring fundraiser at the Exploratorium. The theme of this Party at the Piers was be Phenomena(l), emphasizing the Exploratorium’s extraordinary role at the apex of science, art, and transformative education. In keeping with the Exploratorium’s vision, guests will be encouraged to think for themselves, ask questions, and question answers as they make music with giant beach ball synthesizers developed by IDEO and move through a space transformed by an extended collection of interactive scientific and sensory phenomena. Museum founder Frank Oppenheimer often called the Exploratorium “a woods of scientific phenomena,” and this year’s Party at the Piers embraces that vision, inviting guests into an immersive and extraordinary landscape.
“The after party will be like our Thursday night evening program After Dark put through an amplifier,” says Akemi Yamaguchi, lead organizer for Science of Cocktails “For anyone who’s been to Science of Cocktails and loved it (or didn’t get tickets this year before they sold out), Afterglow is their chance. We want young professionals and artists to know that even if they can’t make the dinner we still want them to come party with us in support of science, art, and critical thinking.”
Check out the incredible DJ booth by Digital Ambience
Party at the Piers is the Exploratorium’s annual fundraising event that generates crucial support for the museum and its core programs: exhibition development, a renowned arts and film program, student and teacher education, environmental and life sciences research, and the sustainability of an institution that has contributed to the innovative ecosystem of the San Francisco Bay Area since its inception in 1969. For information about purchasing tables or tickets, visit exploratorium.edu/support/party-at-the-piers.
For more information – https://www.exploratorium.edu/press-office/press-releases/exploratorium%E2%80%99s-party-piers-offers-phenomenal-night-supports-science