There Will A Trippy (And Free) After Hours Party At The Science Gallery Next Week

Including live music, sing-alongs, and exclusive experiments

Eyes

If you're looking for a novel night out in Dublin, 'For Your Eyes Only' at the Science Gallery is just the ticket.

Taking place next Friday, the free party will feature live music, sing-alongs, exclusive experiments, and after hours access to the gallery's current 'Seeing: What Are You Looking At?' exhibition.

The night, which is a collaboration between the Science Gallery and The Festival of Curiosity, promises to be a treat for your visual cortex where "neuroscience collides with machine vision, and artistic aesthetic meets image processing".

Music on the night will be provided by indie band Neon Wolf, who'll be leading a sing-along session to unspecified "crowd-pleasers" (cos we all love a surprise). 

You can check out Neon Wolf in the video below.

'For Your Eyes Only' takes places from 7-10pm on Friday, July 22. You can find the Science Gallery on Pearse Street.

Tickets are free and you can pick them up here.

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