Consider a donation to MoMath this . A unique and innovative institution, the National Museum of Mathematics strives to enhance public understanding and perception of mathematics as an evolving, creative, and aesthetic human endeavor. Your support helps make our mission possible! donate.momath.org
Secure your spot in Folding Fridays for December! MoMath's popular origami classes fill quickly so be sure to register in advance. foldingfridays.momath.org
Next Wednesday, please join us in-person or online for a special lecture in honor of Peter Carr, a Founding Trustee of MoMath. Hosted by Kevin Atteson - professor, quant, and MoMath Trustee - the lecture will explore the Nobel Prize-winning Black-Scholes model and explain how to make a complex mathematical concept clear and accessible to all using nothing more that elementary algebra.
Secure your spot in Folding Fridays for November! MoMath's popular oragami folding classes fill quickly, so be sure to sign up in advance.
November is nearly here! Don't miss all of the great events the Museum has coming up next month. There's something for mathematicians of every age. 😀 events.momath.org
Join us as we celebrate ten years of MoMath! The 2022 MoMath Gala will be held next Tuesday, November 1. Guests are invited to enjoy MoMath’s exhibits while the Museum is closed to the public, plus a special sneak peek at MoMath’s exciting plans for the future!
Math goes to the movies! Join Distinguished Visiting Professor Tim Chartier and special guest Scott Shapiro (Product Manager, Baseball Data Platforms at MLB ) for a discussion of this month's Starring Math film, "Trouble with the Curve." starring.momath.org
Meet a mathematician who works at Netflix x! Engineer and professional data whiz Che Smith joins MoMath’s own stats pro Tim Chartier for an online discussion on Monday, October 24 at 4:00 pm ET. meetmath.momath.org
Seniors citizens, treat your mind to a 45-minute workout as you join a friendly cohort of mature thinkers to explore stimulating topics, including topology, puzzles, and cryptography. Check out MoMath’s weekly online Senior Sessions today! seniorsessions.momath.org
Good news for students in grades K–3 who love interactive sessions full of stories, games and laughter: Loving Math, MoMath's hilariously fun children's series, continues this month on Tuesdays online.
Think math is boring? Try riding a square-wheeled trike or using geometry to launch a basketball! CEO and Executive Director Cindy Lawrence shares how fun math can be on the Solve It for Kids podcast.
Ready to enter the Matrix? Join mathematician Malena Español for this month's Math Encounters event as she takes us on a journey into the world of matrices and how they help us study data and process images. mathencounters.momath.org
Math Encounters is free and open to the public, and produced with support from the Simons Foundation.
Artist, composer, and Grammy award-winning percussionist drum master Will Calhoun will perform live at the Museum on October 13! This innovative, multi-sensory experience for ages 21+ will dazzle with beats, rhythm, patterns, and light. Sit back with a drink and enjoy!
Calling all teens and tweens who love math and reading (or wish they did)! This month's Tween Primes book club selection is "Here's Looking at Euclid" by Alex Bellos. On October 16, join Alex and Professor Tim Chartier to solve Swedish traffic problems, visit the Mental Calculation World Cup, and see what pineapples have to do with beautiful teeth.
Looking to try crunching the numbers behind your favorite sports? Join stats whiz Tim Chartier’s Sports Analytics Research Group to talk analytics from sabermetrics to shot charts. Game on! Register for the entire series or individual sessions.
From the Dynamic Wall and the Square-Wheeled Trike, to the Shape Ranger and Twist 'n' Roll, MoMath features two floors of fun, fascinating exhibits for you to explore. Which ones are you looking forward to visiting? exhibits.momath.org