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Re:ACT is a weekend long immersive experience where music, art and technology all collide in one space. The Museum of Human Achievement will be filled with all manner of interactive installations. Guests can play with brainwave light art, smoke unicorns, a love kiosk, holograms that you can control, projection feedback loops, and chakras projected onto your body.

And there will be plenty of music. Grace London, EMQ, and Riders Against the Storm will play the opening night party on Friday. Nathan Felix presents Keep Composers Weird on Saturday night; he'll have a listening party for his Symphony #2 and then four artists from around the world will debut new work. 

There are composer talks Saturday at 1 pm and artist talks Saturday at 3 pm, as well as a kids play date on Sunday from 10 am-1 pm.

Re:ACT is a weekend long immersive experience where music, art and technology all collide in one space. The Museum of Human Achievement will be filled with all manner of interactive installations. Guests can play with brainwave light art, smoke unicorns, a love kiosk, holograms that you can control, projection feedback loops, and chakras projected onto your body.

And there will be plenty of music. Grace London, EMQ, and Riders Against the Storm will play the opening night party on Friday. Nathan Felix presents Keep Composers Weird on Saturday night; he'll have a listening party for his Symphony #2 and then four artists from around the world will debut new work.

There are composer talks Saturday at 1 pm and artist talks Saturday at 3 pm, as well as a kids play date on Sunday from 10 am-1 pm.

Re:ACT is a weekend long immersive experience where music, art and technology all collide in one space. The Museum of Human Achievement will be filled with all manner of interactive installations. Guests can play with brainwave light art, smoke unicorns, a love kiosk, holograms that you can control, projection feedback loops, and chakras projected onto your body.

And there will be plenty of music. Grace London, EMQ, and Riders Against the Storm will play the opening night party on Friday. Nathan Felix presents Keep Composers Weird on Saturday night; he'll have a listening party for his Symphony #2 and then four artists from around the world will debut new work.

There are composer talks Saturday at 1 pm and artist talks Saturday at 3 pm, as well as a kids play date on Sunday from 10 am-1 pm.

WHEN

WHERE

Museum of Human Achievement
3600 Lyons Rd.
Austin, TX 78702
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TICKET INFO

$5-$10 for individual days; $20 for weekend pass.
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