Ever wanted to explore the Perot Museum without the kids? Here’s your chance! Adults 21 and up can tinker, hack, create and get TECHnical at Social Science: Maker on Friday, Oct. 19, from 7-11 p.m. The after-hours event gives grownups a chance to peruse all five levels while enjoying delicious cocktails and eclectic food by Wolfgang Puck, play-and-party experiments, interactive activities, a DJ and live performances.
Explore the maker movement, meet local makers, engage with local scientists and makers, check out wearable technology, design airplanes and more.
Make your own laser-cut headwear, create unique art with a robotic scribble marker machine, design a mini-chair with Oil and Cotton, and explore self-driving cars with UT Dallas. Also, discover the future of nanotechnology by learning how artificial muscles are being created using both high- and low-tech solutions, and how they are being incorporated into smart textiles, changing the way we think of wearable technology.
Tickets, which sell out fast, are on sale at perotmuseum.org Guests must be 21 years of age with valid ID. Social Science is presented by Riveron Consulting and supported by Highland Capital Management, Woodford Reserve and Park Place Dealerships. Please drink responsibly.