National Math Fiesta

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If you do the math—and if you go any further with this, chances are you're into math—it is easy to surmise that you have to be odd to be number one. And so, the New Mexico Museum of Natural History & Science invites us all to embrace our inner geek at the National Math Fiesta this Saturday, April 22, from 11am-2pm. A celebration of art, fractals, math, and perhaps most importantly, fun, this prodigious party is free with admission to the museum. The fractal planetarium show is an additional $5. (Maggie Grimason)

Saturday Apr 22, 2017

1801 Mountain Rd NW
Albuquerque, NM 87104
US

Phone: 841-2802
Website: Click to Visit

Cost:

$5-$10

Contact:

New Mexico Museum of Natural History & Science
Phone: 505-841-2861

A blend of science, math, art and fun. The Fractal Foundation and museum offer several stations challenging participants to construct 3D pieces of art based on mathematical formulas.

The National Math Festival blends science, math, art, and fun!

The National Math Festival blends science, math, art, and fun! The Fractal Foundation and museum will offer several stations challenging you to construct 3D pieces of art based upon mathematical formulas. At 1 p.m., enjoy a 30-minute fractal art show in the planetarium. More information on this event across the country can be found here: http://www.nationalmathfestival.org/

Location: Atrium and Planetarium

Price: The activities are free with museum admission and the fractal planetarium show is $5 per person in addition to other museum attractions.

The activities are free with museum admission and the fractal planetarium show is $5 per person in addition to other museum attractions.