Visitors to Oklahoma City won't want to miss The Science of Rock 'n' Roll, at Science Museum Oklahoma. This limited-time traveling exhibition is on display only through May 3. The Science of Rock 'n' Roll is a seven-gallery exhibit celebrates the great history of Rock 'n' Roll and the key role that it played in the development of science and technology.
The Science of Rock N Roll tells the story of the birth and evolution of rock music from the viewpoint of science and technology. Visitors will learn about a variety of topics relevant to the music industry including the art of music composition, careers within the music industry, and how rock n' roll influenced sociocultural and political movements and vice versa.
The exhibition includes a series of fun, hands-on, engaging musical interactions where visitors can create their own compositions, remix famous songs, and even use state-of-the-art technology to record themselves singing, playing a real guitar, and drumming like rock stars. The exhibit also features historical artifacts, animated videos,
instrument displays, interactive kiosks and cutting edge technology to create an experience like none other within a museum while exploring how science and technology have evolved over time to change with music, especially rock n' roll.
Science Museum Oklahoma reveals the wonder and relevance of science in our everyday lives. Get up to your elbows in science with acres of hands-on experiences, thousands of space, aviation and cultural artifacts and new exhibits always on the horizon. Let your inner-child run wild!
The museum is open Monday through Friday from
9 a.m. - 5 p.m., Saturday from 9 a.m. - 6 p.m. and Sunday from 11 a.m. - 6 p.m. Regular museum admission is $12.95 for adults, and $10.95 for seniors and children. The Science of Rock N Roll admission is an additional $5.00 per adult, and $4 per child/senior.
The Science of Rock 'n' Roll is organized by Elevation Productions and distributed by Exhibits Development Group. For more info visit www.sciencemuseumok.org or call (405) 602-6664.