Release Date: June 6, 2018
BUFFALO, N.Y. – For one night, song, dance and discourse will converge on a single topic: how the millions of microscopic friends who call the human body home affect our health, mood and love.
The event, Science After Hours: Tiny Worlds Inside, will use the performances, “Balancing Act” and “What We Leave Behind,” to merge science and art through choreographed sequences with yogurt, love songs about bacteria and installations that range from microbe ball pits to miniplots of grass and dirt.
The program is hosted by the Buffalo Museum of Science and is sponsored and supported by the University at Buffalo.
The evening will also feature guest speakers from UB, and the opportunity for visitors to peer into cellular depths at microscope stations and listen to inner gurgles with stethoscopes.
What: Science After Hours: Tiny Worlds Inside
When: June 7, from 6-9 p.m.
Where: Buffalo Museum of Science, 1020 Humboldt Parkway, Buffalo
Who: Buffalo Museum of Science, UB Community of Excellence in Genome, Environment and Microbiome (GEM), and Anne Burnidge Dance
The event is open to visitors age 21 or older. Tickets are $16 with 10 percent off for Buffalo Science Museum members.
Media are invited to attend. On-site contact is Marcene Robinson, 716-207-5814 or email@example.com.
A living biological art piece, “Mud (Lake Ontario)” by Canadian artist Nicole Clouston will also be on exhibit during the performances.
Public performances of “Balancing Act” and “What We Leave Behind,” will be held Saturday, June 9, and Sunday, June 10, at the Buffalo Museum of Science. Performances are scheduled at 11 a.m., 12 p.m., 1 p.m. and 2 p.m. Price is included with the cost of admission.
More information about Science After Hours: Tiny Worlds Inside is available at sciencebuff.org.
For more information about “Balancing Act” and “What We Leave Behind”, visit buffalo.edu/gem/balancingact.