Innovation, Interaction & Creativity: A Night at the Museum

Thursday, October 13th, 2011

Guests gathered in the Museum of Science’s Blue Wing for an unforgettable corporate dinner reception last Wednesday.  Welcomed into the wing by a strolling mad scientist, guests were awed by his slew of tricks – sometimes the line between magic and science is hard to define!

Seasonal cuisine filled the food stations which were situated throughout the wing’s three floors to allow guests to simultaneously graze and interact with the museum exhibits.  Autumnal linens adorned cocktail tables, while an array of creative and “science-y” centerpieces completed the theme.  Low cocktail tables were home to containers of assorted futuristic glowing gels.

Grouped test tubes held delicate orchids or calla lillies on the high communal tables.

Quirky floral filled beakers were scattered on the high tops.

Celosia (or as we fondly refer to them, “brain flowers”) rested on 60 inch rounds.

It was, quite literally, a glowing event!

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