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Don't miss Health & Wellness Week: Let it Move You, March 12-16, 2018. Explore the science of sound at The Health Museum during Spring Break. Music is a central part of the human experience, but what is the natural force that drives us to sing, strum, drum and dance? What is the scientific basis of whistling, humming and toe-tapping? From an acoustic bed to experiments on your emotional response to music, Science Gallery’s exhibition BIORHYTHM allows visitors to feel how music moves the body through an interactive bazaar of unique sonic experiences created by scientists, engineers and musicians from across the globe.
Don’t miss Free Family Thursday from 2 pm – 5 pm with free admission March 15, plus the annual UT Brain Night, March 15, 6 pm – 8 pm. Families can see a real brain and ask questions to doctors. Admission is $9 adults and $7 kids (3-11). 1515 Hermann Drive.
10:00 That's Drippin': Coffee & Conversations featuring Nikhoo Do Rap
11am, 1pm: Battle of the Zen featuring DJ Tran, Grand Hall
12-3pm: Yoga & Tai Chi Demos presented by Kai Lewis
12, 2 & 4pm: Organ Dissection Demonstrations
2:30-3:30pm: Common Threads: Cooking for Life
3pm: Live Performance by Virgil Wolfe & Nikkhoo Do Rap
Virgil Wolfe is a Baytown native and Alternative Hip Hop artist. His sound is a blend of smooth hip hop with off kilter rhymes that redirect you to the movie scene in your ears.
Nikkhoo Do Rap is one of the Houston Press 2017 Top Ten Acts To Watch. Nikkhoo Do Rap is doing Rap his own way. For years around the Houston area, he has been cutting his teeth playing house shows, organizing events, and opening for touring acts. His proven skill set and pertinent lyrics have him alongside some of Houston’s most prominent Rap acts.
Ongoing (10am -3pm)
• Musical Discoveries
• Auscultation : listening to the internal sounds of the body