August event has SOLD OUT!

Live from Orlando, it’s Science Night Live!

Saturday, August 19, 2017, 8:00–11:30 p.m.
NEXT EVENT: Saturday, October 7, 8:00–11:30 p.m.
It’s Social. It’s Science. It’s 21+.

General Admission: $15.95
Member Admission: FREE with promo code.

Must be 21 years or older to attend.

Please note that Science Night Live has officially SOLD OUT and we will NOT be selling tickets at the door.

Due to a high call volume related to the 2017 Solar Eclipse, we request that you do not call or email regarding Science Night Live as you may not get through and we will not be adding any additional tickets.


Enjoy everything you love about Orlando Science Center, plus special programming designed for adults.

Science Night Live at Orlando Science Center is your chance to spark your curiosity through our fun exhibits and programs… with some adult beverages, of course! Bring your friends, or make a date night of it, and join us for a unique and ever-changing experience that proves there’s no age limit on curiosity!

Don’t miss these experiences at Science Night Live! 

  • Hear Dr. Julian Chambliss present how science impacts superhero culture
  • Discover yourself in our newest traveling exhibit, Identity: An Exhibition of You
  • Participate in science trivia to win prizes
  • Experience giant-screen films in the Dr. Phillips CineDome
  • Conduct science experiments in Dr. Dare’s Laboratory
  • View the latest exhibition on display in Fusion: A STEAM Gallery
  • Explore permanent exhibits like NatureWorks, Kinetic Zone, DinoDigs, and more
  • Indulge on light bites and adult beverages available for purchase from Hard Rock Café
  • Experience the Science Center in a whole new way…without kids!

There’s no age limit on curiosity! Tickets are going fast, so purchase yours before they’re gone.

 


Guest Speaker: Dr. Julian Chambliss, Rollins College

My Mind is My Power: Comics, Science, and American Society
9:00 & 10:00 p.m., Digital Adventure Theater, Level 2

20-Minute Presentation Followed by Q&A

Science has been and continues to be a defining characteristic of superhero culture. In this presentation, Chambliss will explore the evolution of science as a cornerstone of the superhero narrative.

BIO: Julian C. Chambliss is Professor of History at Rollins College in Winter Park, FL. His teaching and research focus on imagined and real urban landscape in the United States.

He published Ages of Heroes, Eras of Men: Superheroes and the American Experience, a collection examining the relationship between superheroes and the American Experience in 2013. His forthcoming book, Assemble!: Essays on the Modern Marvel Cinematic Universe will be published in 2017.

 


Traveling Exhibit:
Identity: An Exhibition of You

Located on Level 2

Designed and developed by Philadelphia’s The Franklin Institute for the Science Museum Exhibit Collaborative, Identity will travel to museums nationwide. The exhibit focuses on how science can shed light on three areas of our identity – physical, psychological and social — and enlists, among other things, the work of ground-breaking science, personal art and stories and even the work of an Emmy Award-winning musician to create an engaging journey through the science of human identity.

 


Plan Your Visit

Event Parking

Main event parking is located at the Orlando Science Center Garage on Princeton Street. Parking is free and on a first come, first served basis. Ridesharing and carpooling is highly recommended to reduce lines.

Please note that there will be an event taking place in Loch Haven Park at the same time as Science Night Live. To ensure we have parking available for all of our patrons the garage will not open until 7:00 p.m. so please plan your arrival accordingly.

Science Night Live Entrance

Enter building from the Orlando Science Center garage across pedestrian bridge to the Lobby on Level 2. An alternative entrance if parking off-site is through the bus Entrance A on Camden Road.

Drop-off and Pickup Location

Entrance A on Camden Road only.

Food & Drink Menu

Food partner Hard Rock Cafe will have food and adult beverages available for purchase.

Orlando Science Center promotes responsible drinking. If you feel that your ability to drive is impaired, we will be happy to assist you in arranging alternative transportation. 

 

Science Night Live Program August 2017

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Sponsorship

Please download the Sponsorship Packet for potential opportunities as to how you can be more involved with this spectacular event.

Science Night Live Sponsorship Information

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Sponsorships are available. Please contact Sara Haight at 407.514.2233 or shaight@osc.org.
Speaker Opportunities! Have a talk you would like to present for a future Science Night Live? Learn more and apply here.

 

 

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Food & Beverage Partner

 

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