Design Night, open to the general public, is an events program at the Autodesk Gallery. At each event, guests explore a different theme — such as biomimicry, light, or robotics — that challenges the conventionally narrow definition of design. The theme is reflected in all aspects of the event, from the activities guests enjoy to the food they eat to the music they hear. The result is a fun and fascinating venue for exploration, networking, and the exchange of ideas.
On Thursday, April 3, 6-10 p.m., the Autodesk Gallery in San Francisco will host another Design Night: Found in Space, where we will explore the design's impact on space exploration. So get yourself over to Design Night and experience:
A talk by
A blast from the past with 80's-themed arcade games
From Little Dippers to little green men, space has fascinated us for thousands of years, but never has it seemed closer to earth than now. No longer the final frontier, it's the next frontier, with everything from 3D printing in zero gravity to space tourism promising to transform science fiction to soon-to-be fact. After all, how do you think your GPS works? And while we still may not have those wormhole super highways everyone was talking about, the lasting link between earth and space promises to be…um…out of this world.
So come to Design Night if you're curious about space and what it means to be influenced by the future of design. Also enjoy an open bar, food, activities, and much, much more so...um...hurry! The previous Design Nights have sold out quickly. Registration is required and ticket pricing is as follows:
- $25 General
- $20 Students
- $15 Autodesk Employees
Tickets are on sale now. To attend the event:
Admission fees include admission to the presentation, as well as an open bar, food, music, and hands-on activities. Almost all Design Nights have sold out in advance! So make sure to go to the event site at high noon.
Still on the fence about whether to attend or not? Here are some of the Design Nights we have held in the past:
The pursuit of infinity and beyond is alive in the lab.
P.S. Am I the only one old enough to remember the Lost in Space TV series?