Just what do mathematicians do after dark, when they have said QED
to their workday? Do they sing and dance off to infinity? Do they take their singularities and push their boundaries? Yes - Innumerable such transformations happen! And now, for the first time ever, the public has the chance to see mathematicians along with some of Atlanta's most creative artists performing some real numbers on the stage of the Highland Ballroom in the variety show we call Mathapalooza After Dark!
Note: Seating is first come, first served. Please arrive early if you'd like to secure a seat.
Getting there: Highland Inn Ballroom is accessible from the 2/102 bus, which departs every 15 minutes from North Avenue Station, or from the 816 (downtown to Emory), or a three-block walk from the 6 (Lindbergh/ Inman Park Station). It is also 2 blocks away from the Freedom Park Trail, which intersects the Belt Line.
Limited free parking is available in the adjacent lot and in nearby streets. Paid parking is available in the garage across the street.
Presented by Mathematics in Motion Inc., Julia Robinson Mathematics Festival