2019: A SPACE FESTIVAL

May 16-18, 2019. Live and immersive arts at The Exploratorium, California Academy of Sciences, and Z Space. A range of performances and installations exploring our new space age, the extraordinary scientific advances in this field, and how they change the way we see ourselves and Earth.

Presented by MAX, dedicated to Illuminating scientific exploration through artistic expression and shared experiences.

Date: May 16-18, 2019

Venues: San Francisco’s The Exploratorium, California Academy of Sciences, and ZSpace

VENUES

California Academy of Sciences is a research institute and natural history museum in San Francisco.

California Academy of Sciences

55 Music Concourse Dr, San Francisco, CA 94118

Programs at California Academy of Sciences

Star Stories
Outta This World Poetry Slam
Star Stories The Podcast
Mapping Microbes: The Search for E.T.

Museum of science, art and human perception in San Francisco.

Exploratorium

Pier 15 The Embarcadero, San Francisco, CA 94111

Programs at Exploratorium

Heisenberg
Kronos: Eclipse
Living/Distance
Spacewoman of the Underground
Pas De Deux
Intergalactic Travel Bureau
Space Travel Sci-Fi Style

zSpace is a technology firm in California that combine elements of virtual and augmented reality.

Z Space

450 Florida St, San Francisco, CA 94110

Programs at Z Space

The Outer Space
Speech Cancelling Headphones
Extraterrestrial: A Drag Invasion
Mapping Microbes: The Search for E.T.
Brecht Forensics: A DNA Cocktail
Universal Threads
Mission Art
MAXchats
The Final Frontier

2019 EVENTS

City
Space Festival
  • Heisenberg
    With 100 others share an augmented reality tour of the...
    May 16 & May 18      2019   Exploratorium
  • Kronos Eclipse
    San Francisco’s Grammy-winning Kronos Quartet has a gravitational force, unlike...
    May 17       2019   Exploratorium
  • The Outer Space
    A jazz cabaret asking if love will be easier on...
    May 17 & May 18      2019   Z Space
  • Alice Sheppard seated in her wheelchair with two crutches, crosses her body and arches her spine to look behind. The photo is a mirror reflection and Alice looks back at herself as her crutches disappear into each other in a seamless touchpoint. Photo by Lisa Niedermeyer. Caption Text: Alice Sheppard from solo work Where Good Souls Fear. Photo by Lisa Niedermeyer.
    Pas De Deux: Robots as Our Partners
    A Pas De Deux like you have never seen before...
    May 16 & May 18      2019   Exploratorium
  • Brecht Forensics: DNA Cocktails
    Brecht Forensics: DNA Cocktails is a lecture that demonstrates DNA...
    May 18       2019   Z Space
  • Extraterrestrial – A Drag Invasion
    Alert, alert! San Francisco is being invaded May 17 at...
    May 17       2019   Z Space

COLLABORATORS

  • Dr. Felipe Orduña Bustamante
    Dr. Felipe Orduña Bustamante is a Professor at the Acoustics and...
  • Anina Rubin
    Anina Rubin is a Luxemburgish-German media artist whose works focus on...
  • Maggie McCaffery Photo
    Maggie McCaffery
    Maggie McCaffery’s most recent credits include productions at the Yale...
  • FRANCIS TSENG
    FRANCIS TSENG is a designer and software engineer working in...
  • GRAYSON EARLE
    GRAYSON EARLE is a new media artist and educator. He...
  • PHILIPP SCHMITT
    PHILIPP SCHMITT is an artist, designer, and researcher based in...
  • MAR HWA WEI
    MAR HWA WEI is an interdisciplinary artist, board-certified psychiatrist, certified...
  • Janani Balasubramanian
    Janani Balasubramanian is a writer, game designer, and immersive theater...