Tickets are now on sale to the public for the Rubin Museum of Art’s 2017 Brainwave series on perception. Based in New York City, this series, which runs from January 25 – April 29, pairs scientists and artists, celebrities, and other personalities for talks on topics related to the program theme.
As described on the Rubin Museum’s website:
“The tenth season of Brainwave will help us better understand the limits of our perception, allowing us to change our brains, unshackle ourselves from the past, and unleash creativity, growth, and inspiration.”
Among the line-up, be sure to check out the March 18 conversation between Dana Alliance member and Columbia neuroscientist Michael “Mickey” Goldberg and author, actor, and lawyer Isaac Lidsky on “How to Perceive Without Sight.” (Bonus: That’s Brain Awareness Week, when there will be fun, brain-related events all around the city and the world!).
There are many other great talks to consider on the Rubin’s website. Check back periodically because, historically, the museum tends to add events even after the initial lineup is announced.