This weekend at cinefamily—a full slate of screenings, interactive exhibits, workshops, and molecular gastronomy!
The exploratorium, founded by physicist/educator Frank Oppenheimer in San Francisco in 1969, may well be the most important science museum to open in the 20th century. And certainly the most fun. 
Their Cinema Arts program has used film in imaginative ways to ignite curiosity while encouraging exploration and learning. This weekend s proud to premiere a new preservation of Jon Boorstin’s Exploratorium (1974), and to host a slate of experimental film selected by the Cinema Arts program’s Kathleen Maguire and Samuel Sharkey.
Plus a “mini” Exploratorium in the Cinefamily’s Spanish patio, featuring The Sweet Science, a dessert bar with flavor-tripping treats like liquid nitrogens ice cream and taste-modifying miracle berries.
The Cinefamily and The Academy Film Archive presentsCinema & The Exploratorium: Science/Art/Perception/DiscoveryFriday November 8 - Sunday November 10 High-res

This weekend at cinefamily—a full slate of screenings, interactive exhibits, workshops, and molecular gastronomy!

The exploratorium, founded by physicist/educator Frank Oppenheimer in San Francisco in 1969, may well be the most important science museum to open in the 20th century. And certainly the most fun. 

Their Cinema Arts program has used film in imaginative ways to ignite curiosity while encouraging exploration and learning. This weekend s proud to premiere a new preservation of Jon Boorstin’s Exploratorium (1974), and to host a slate of experimental film selected by the Cinema Arts program’s Kathleen Maguire and Samuel Sharkey.

Plus a “mini” Exploratorium in the Cinefamily’s Spanish patio, featuring The Sweet Science, a dessert bar with flavor-tripping treats like liquid nitrogens ice cream and taste-modifying miracle berries.

The Cinefamily and The Academy Film Archive presents
Cinema & The Exploratorium: Science/Art/Perception/Discovery
Friday November 8 - Sunday November 10