Dear MoMath friends,

Sunny days are ahead at MoMath.  Don’t miss the annual solstice celebration with our friends from the Flatiron Business Improvement District, or the mathematical story behind solar eclipses with Jay Pasachoff, one of the nation’s top astronomers.  Let the music play as you enjoy hip-hop rhythms with Living Colour drummer Will Calhoun and a night of jazz with DJ Spooky.  Hear stories about cracking codes and searching for quasicrystals, create your own dodecahedral stars and hungry birds, and join a Million Millimeter March.  Plus, share experiences with international presenters from South Africa, Germany, Australia, Spain, and Japan — there’s a whole world of math, only at MoMath!

MoMath at a Glance  
Happening in 2019! Million Millimeter March for MoMath — join the march to celebrate MoMath’s millionth visitor — coming any day now!  Free T-shirt and party for participants.
Through July 12 Composite, the gallery at MoMath — Solid Math: The art of shape, form, and structure — free with Museum admission
Fri, May 31 Family Fridays at MoMath presented by Two Sigma: "RhythMatics" with physicist Stephon Alexander and Living Colour drummer Will Calhoun
Sat, June 1 Last day to register for MOVES 2019 — Math Unfolded: The Mathematical Art of Origami
Sun, June 2 Tween Primes, the MoMath book club for tweens and teens: The Wright 3
Sun, June 2 Unlimited, MoMath’s mix-n-mingle program for students in 6th through 9th grades
Wed, June 5 Math Encounters: "Cracking the Code: How Math Was Used to Decrypt Drivers License Numbers" with Joe Gallian
Thu, June 6 Artful Math — a professional development day for educators
Fri, June 7 Equilibrium, an evening of adult mathematical games
Sat, June 8 Folding Fun at MoMath with OrigamiUSA (free with Museum admission)
Thu, June 13 Volumes, the MoMath book club: The Second Kind of Impossible — featuring theoretical physicist and author Paul Steinhardt
Sat, June 15 Quadrivium, MoMath’s Math+Music Salon — featuring DJ Spooky and Rick St. Hilaire
Wed, June 19 Living Maths at MoMath, a family math event hosted by Steve Sherman
Fri, June 21 Solstice Sundial: celebrate the start of summer on the Flatiron Plaza
Fri, June 21 Family Fridays at MoMath presented by Two Sigma: "Step into Mathematics" with Albrecht Beutelspacher
Tue, June 25 Math Gym, a workout for your brain
Sun, June 30 A special presentation by Po-Shen Loh — save the date!
Wed, July 3 Math Encounters: "Erdős Magic: Theorems, Conjectures, Lifestyle, and The Book" with Joel Spencer
Thu, July 11 Math Gym, a workout for your brain
Thu, July 11 Equilibrium, an evening of adult mathematical games
Fri, July 12 Family Fridays at MoMath presented by Two Sigma: "Starry Night" with Ethan Bolker
Sun, July 14 Folding Fun at MoMath with OrigamiUSA (free with Museum admission)
Thu, Aug 1 Hungry Birds, a unique hands-on STEAM experience
Fri, Aug 2 Family Fridays at MoMath presented by Two Sigma: "Mathematics — Starring YOU!" with Sergio Belmonte Palmero
Tue, Aug 6 Solar Eclipses: Math, Science, and Spectacle 
Wed, Aug 7 Math Encounters: "The Wall of Fire Theorem: A Story of Mathematical Discovery" with James Propp
Thu, Aug 8 Equilibrium, an evening of adult mathematical games
Tue, Aug 13 The Amazing Work of Kokichi Sugihara — award-winning illusions and impossible objects
Sat, Aug 17 NYC Math Festival — a day of fun in the sun
Weekends MoMath’s Derivatives tour program and Explorations educator-led sessions, available upon request

Editors’ Choice Award
The National Museum of Mathematics is a Top Date Spot for Intellectually Curious People in NYC according to DatingNews.com.

Million Millimeter March for MoMath
Don’t miss your opportunity to grab a free commemorative T-shirt and join the March; then celebrate with pizza, cool exhibits, and an exciting dance party on Manhattan’s only Voronoi dance floor!  Bring or sport your favorite mathematical attire — prizes will be awarded for the best in geek chic!  Sign up now for the Million Millimeter March for MoMath and you’ll receive the secret instructions to join the March and the party, held once the millionth visitor arrives.  Register at million.momath.org!

MOVES 2019 Math Unfolded: The Mathematical Art of Origami — standard registration closes June 1!
August 4-6

Join MoMath in New York City for its fourth conference on the Mathematics of Various Entertaining Subjects, this year featuring Erik Demaine and Robert Lang.  The MOVES 2019 Conference will feature dozens of talks on current research in recreational mathematics, as well as a wide variety of family-accessible mathematical activities and events.  And of course, there will be plenty of folding!  Learn more and register at moves.momath.orgNote that late registration (if available) will incur an additional $35/person fee.

Solid MathThe art of shape, form, and structure 
N
ow in Composite, the gallery at MoMath, through July 12
Free with Museum admission

Don’t miss the newest exhibition at MoMath, Solid Math, featuring sculptures based on the geometry of Platonic, Archimedean, and Catalan polyhedra.  The inherently precise nature and elegant symmetries of these mathematical forms have made them subjects of fascination for centuries.  Their geometry and unique structures provide the formal constraints as well as the rhythmic underpinnings for this unusual and engaging show.  Come see the art, create shapes inside a polyhedral kaleidoscope, and build your own polyhedra at the construction station.  Learn more at solidmath.momath.org or check out the video at polyhedra.momath.org.

Sign up now for 2019 Transformations summer camp at MoMath!
Rising first through ninth graders, spend the summer exploring the fun and beauty of mathematics with MoMath’s dynamic camp program.  Through full-body interactive activities, hands-on education sessions, and creative projects, math will come alive for each and every participant.  Campers come back year after year to discover the never-ending wonders of mathematics, so sign up early for a spot.  To learn more, visit transformations.momath.org.

Perspectives: The MoMath Summer College Volunteer Program
Each summer, MoMath offers Perspectives, a full-time volunteer program for college undergraduates.  Students who complete Perspectives build skills in communicating math concepts to the public, develop a strong level of knowledge and experience in what it takes to operate a successful business, and gain exposure to a variety of interesting programs, lectures, and people.  Please note that participation in Perspectives is unpaid.  MoMath is accepting final applications for summer 2019 positions through June 1.  Learn more and apply at volunteers.momath.org.

Integrators: The MoMath High School Volunteer Program
MoMath accepts a limited number of high school students for ongoing volunteer roles during summer vacation and/or from September through June.  The Integrators program offers a unique chance to improve interpersonal and communication skills, explore mathematical concepts, and learn valuable job skills.  MoMath students interact with visitors on the Museum floor and train with professional educators, interpreters, and managers.  Students who participate during summer vacation commit five days per week.  MoMath is currently accepting applications for summer 2019 positions.  Learn more and apply at volunteers.momath.org.

Retail Pick of the MonthMoMath Pi Stamp
Looking for an end of the school year gift for your favorite math teacher?  Grab this unique new pi stamp—a MoMath exclusive!

Family Fridays at MoMath presented by Two Sigma: “RhythMatics” with Stephon Alexander and Will Calhoun
Friday, May 31, 6:30 pm
What does a hip-hop or rock and roll rhythm have to do with geometry, space and time, and numbers?  In this highly interactive event, mathematical physicist and musician Stephon Alexander and Living Colour drummer and multi-Grammy Award-winner Will Calhoun will take you on a journey into the connections between mathematics and rhythm.  Collaborate with Alexander and Calhoun to create an original hip-hop beat using new ideas that relate mathematics to rhythm — RhythMatics!  Learn more and register at familyfridays.momath.org.

Tween Primes, the MoMath book club for tweens and teens: The Wright 3 by Blue Balliett
Sunday, June 2, 5:30 pm
When inexplicable accidents and ghostly happenings occur at Frank Lloyd Wright’s Robie House, it’s up to junior sleuths Petra Andalee and Calder Pillay to piece together the clues of this mystery.  Stir in Calder’s friend Tommy, H.G. Wells’ The Invisible Man, 3-D pentominoes, and the hunt for a coded message left behind by Wright, and the kids become tangled in a dangerous web in which life and art intermingle with death, deception, and surprise.  Learn more and register at tweenprimes.momath.org.

Unlimited, MoMath’s mix-n-mingle program for students in 6th through 9th grades
Sunday, June 2, 6:30 pm

Don’t miss the next installment of Unlimited, MoMath’s mix-n-mingle evening for students in late middle school through high school.  If you’re excited by the idea of a fun-filled, math-focused night where you can hang out with old and new friends, enjoy cookies and hot chocolate, and move to some great tunes, then you won’t want to miss this exciting program.  Register now at unlimited.momath.org.

Math Encounters: “Cracking the Code: How Math Was Used to Decrypt Drivers License Numbers” with Joe Gallian
Wednesday, June 5, 4:00 pm and 7:00 pm
Sometimes, things done just for the sake of curiosity can have interesting applications.  Join Joe Gallian, Professor of Mathematics at the University of Minnesota Duluth, as he shares his story of breaking the codes for drivers license numbers in several states, just for the fun of it, and how he made use of an important problem-solving technique to do so.  Special introduction by mathematician Bob Beals.  Learn more and register at mathencounters.org.

Artful Math — professional development for educators
Thursday, June 6, 9:30 am to 3:00 pm

Connect the dots between math and art!  Spend the day gaining new perspectives as you enjoy the creative side of math, then turn things around and explore the analytical side of art.  Plus, experience engaging, hands-on activities at the intersection of math and art that you can take back to school to share with your students.  Learn more and register at pd.momath.org.

Equilibrium, an adult evening of mathematical games
Friday, June 7, 5:30 pm

Tabletop gaming is more fun than ever!  Come join old friends and new for a fun-filled, adult evening featuring a broad array of mathematically rich games.  Bring a snack, play some games, and connect with new and interesting people, all while enjoying the unique evening atmosphere at the nation’s only Museum of Math.  Learn more and register at equilibrium.momath.org.

Folding Fun at MoMath with OrigamiUSA
Saturday, June 8, 11:00 am to 1:00 pm

An origami expert from OrigamiUSA will be on hand at MoMath to teach simple origami models to learners of all ages.  Explore the wonders of paper folding and challenge yourself to master a few models — there’s math in every fold!  Free with Museum admission; no pre-registration required.

Volumes, the MoMath book club: The Second Kind of Impossible by Paul Steinhardt
Thursday, June 13, 6:30 pm

Princeton physicist Paul Steinhardt will join this special meeting of Volumes to discuss his new book, The Second Kind of Impossible, the true story of his scientific odyssey to prove the existence of “quasicrystals,” a radically new type of matter.  His quest begins with a curious geometric pattern and goes on to involve clandestine collectors, corrupt scientists, secret diaries, international smugglers, and KGB agents.  It culminates in a daring expedition to a distant corner of the Earth, in pursuit of tiny fragments of a meteorite.  Steinhardt’s discoveries not only change our ideas about patterns and matter, but also reveal new truths about the processes that shaped our solar system.  The underlying science is important, simple, and beautiful, and his firsthand account is an engaging scientific thriller.  Learn more and register at volumes.momath.org.

Quadrivium, MoMath’s Math+Music Salon, featuring DJ Spooky and Rick St. Hilaire
Saturday, June 15, 8:00 pm

MoMath is delighted to welcome two special guests to the June edition of Quadrivium.  Paul D. Miller, otherwise known as DJ Spooky, is a musician, composer, multimedia artist, and philosopher with a profound and insightful take on society’s relationship with technology, history, and nature.  Rick St. Hilaire is a two-time Grammy Award-winning audio engineer, film scorer, and sound editor who has worked with many of the biggest artists in the music industry.  Join us for a discussion that explores how the mathematics of sound influence the construction of DJ Spooky’s musical work and St. Hilaire’s aesthetic in the mixing room.  Learn more and register at quadrivium.momath.org.

Living Maths at MoMath
Wednesday, June 19, 6:30 to 7:30 pm

Enjoy a fun and interactive family math evening hosted by international guest Steve Sherman.  Steve returns to MoMath to run another of his wacky, edutaining events.  Have fun solving a range of puzzles that require “gym-maths-tics” and outside-the-box thinking.  Bring your favorite internet/wifi enabled device and your imagination — a few fun prizes will be dished out as well!  Learn more and register at livingmaths.momath.org.

Solstice Sundial
Friday, June 21, 7:30 am to 6:30 pm
at the Flatiron Plaza (between 23rd St., 5th Ave., and Broadway)
Cast your shadow to mark the time on the longest day of the year.  Join MoMath in creating a large-scale human sundial and leave your personal mark on a giant sundial banner.  This drop-in event is great for the whole family!  Learn more at solstice.momath.org.

Family Fridays at MoMath presented by Two Sigma: “Step into Mathematics” with Albrecht Beutelspacher
Friday, June 21, 6:30 pm

Join Mathematikum founder and mathematician Albrecht Beutelspacher as he shares some of his favorite math experiments, designed to draw people into the exciting world of mathematics exploration and discovery.  Note that the Mathematikum is a math museum in Giessen, Germany that served as an inspiration for MoMath and many other math museums around the world — and Herr Beutelspacher was the mastermind behind it!  Thanks to the generous support of Two Sigma, this program is free  to attendees.  Register at familyfridays.momath.org.

Math Gym, a workout for your brain
Tuesday, June 25, 3:30 pm

Students, spend an hour at MoMath independently working on engaging and beautiful math problems, hand-selected by MoMath’s advisory council of math PhDs.  Choose whichever problem you like from a specially curated selection and work under the guidance and with the mentorship of one of MoMath’s expert mathematicians.  If you love math and want to experience the incredible joy of mathematical discovery, you won’t want to miss this enjoyable monthly program.  Learn more and register at workout.momath.org.

A special presentation by Po-Shen Loh – save the date!
Sunday, June 30, 6:30 pm

Po-Shen Loh, professor of Mathematics at Carnegie Mellon University and coach of the three-time gold medal-winning USA International Mathematical Olympiad team, returns to MoMath for one night only to delight us with his unique brand of mathematical puzzling.

Math Encounters: “Erdős Magic: Theorems, Conjectures, Lifestyle, and The Book” with Joel Spencer
Wednesday, July 3, 4:00 pm and 7:00 pm
Paul Erdős was a giant of twentieth century mathematics whose results remain hugely influential.  While the popular press emphasized his eccentricities, those who knew Uncle Paul — as he was universally called — were enthralled by his repeated reference to The Book, a powerful metaphor for the repository of mathematical knowledge.  Join mathematician Joel Spencer, one of more than five hundred Erdős collaborators, in a delightful exploration of Erdős and his approach to mathematical games.  Learn more and register at mathencounters.org.

Equilibrium, an adult evening of mathematical games
Thursday, July 11, 5:30 pm

Tabletop gaming is more fun than ever!  Come join old friends and new for a fun-filled, adult evening featuring a broad array of mathematically rich games.  Bring a snack, play some games, and connect with new and interesting people, all while enjoying the unique evening atmosphere at the nation’s only Museum of Math.  Learn more and register at equilibrium.momath.org.

Math Gym, a workout for your brain
Thursday, July 11, 3:30 pm

Students, spend an hour at MoMath independently working on engaging and beautiful math problems, hand-selected by MoMath’s advisory council of math PhDs.  Choose whichever problem you like from a specially curated selection and work under the guidance and with the mentorship of one of MoMath’s expert mathematicians.  If you love math and want to experience the incredible joy of mathematical discovery, you won’t want to miss this enjoyable monthly program.  Learn more and register at workout.momath.org.

Family Fridays at MoMath presented by Two Sigma: “Starry Night” with Ethan Bolker
Friday, July 12, 6:30 pm

Ancient Greek philosophers modeled the world with the four essences: earth, air, fire, and water.  Plato then attached those to the cube, octahedron, tetrahedron, and icosahedron, thinking of the dodecahedron, the fifth regular polyhedron, as representing the universe.  Centuries later Paolo Uccello, Johannes Kepler, and M. C. Escher explored a new type of dodecahedron built entirely from pentagrams (five-pointed stars) instead of pentagons.  Join mathematician Ethan Bolker as we weave together history, art, math, and twelve five-pointed stars, creating your very own stellated dodecahedron to take home!  Thanks to the generous support of Two Sigma, this program is free to attendees.  Register at familyfridays.momath.org.

Folding Fun at MoMath with OrigamiUSA
Sunday, July 14, 11:00 am to 1:00 pm

An origami expert from OrigamiUSA will be on hand at MoMath to teach simple origami models to learners of all ages.  Explore the wonders of paper folding and challenge yourself to master a few models — there’s math in every fold!  Free with Museum admission; no pre-registration required.

Hungry Birds
Thursday, August 1, 6:30 pm
Hungry Birds is a unique STEAM experience where magical math-making turns paper into a flock of ravenous chicks.  They squawk, glow, and move via programmable sensors.  From Sydney, Australia, this “flat to form” experience allows your thinking hands to transform 2D into 3D, combining metaphor with movement.  What a fabulous connected STEAM opportunity to get your squawk on!  Learn more and register at hungrybirds.momath.org.

Family Fridays at MoMath presented by Two Sigma: “Mathematics — Starring YOU” with Sergio Belmonte Palmero
Friday, August 2, 6:30 pm
Have you ever been a “mathematical being”?  MoMath is delighted to welcome Sergio Belmonte Palmero, Vice President of MMACA (Museu de Matemàtiques de Catalunya), to a special event in which audience members become the main characters in a special role-play with math.  Take on the role of a single point in a life-sized coordinate system and see what happens as we create giant graphs of equations, inequalities, and more.  Then, become part of a special dance troupe in which everyone will move to the groove of math functions in a uniquely engaging, highly participatory performance.  You won’t just learn math…you’ll become it!  We’re waiting for you!  Thanks to the generous support of Two Sigma, this program is free to attendees.  Learn more and register at familyfridays.momath.org.

Solar Eclipses: Math, Science, and Spectacle
Tuesday, August 6, 6:30 pm

As a veteran of 35 total solar eclipses and 71 partial solar eclipses, astronomer Jay Pasachoff is uniquely positioned to share recent scientific work related to eclipses, international coordination of observations, and future plans.  What role does mathematics play in predicting eclipses, from the ancient saros observations to Halley’s 1715 map, and from Bessel’s 19th-century equations to today’s web-based zoom-and-click maps?  How do theoretical predictions based on magnetic-field measurements, emission spectra of high ionization lines, and radio observations compare to the high res images available today?  Join us to find out!  Learn more and register at solar.momath.org.

Math Encounters: “The Wall of Fire Theorem: A Story of Mathematical Discovery” with James Propp
Wednesday, August 7, 4:00 pm and 7:00 pm
Where does new math come from?  Sometimes it comes from asking a simple question and seeing where it leads.  Join mathematician James Propp as he shares one such question, inspired by MoMath’s popular Wall of Fire exhibit.  Learn more and register at mathencounters.org.

Equilibrium, an adult evening of mathematical games
Thursday, August 8, 5:30 pm

Tabletop gaming is more fun than ever!  Come join old friends and new for a fun-filled, adult evening featuring a broad array of mathematically rich games.  Bring a snack, play some games, and connect with new and interesting people, all while enjoying the unique evening atmosphere at the nation’s only Museum of Math.  Learn more and register at equilibrium.momath.org.

The Amazing Work of Kokichi Sugihara
Tuesday, August 13, 6:30 pm

Can a ball roll uphill against gravity?  How can the reflection of a circle in a mirror appear as a rectangle?  Is it possible that an arrow, when rotated 180 degrees, continues to point in its original direction?  Join Kokichi Sugihara, Meiji University Distinguished Professor Emeritus, as he shares one incredibly impossible object after another.  Prepare to be amazed as Dr. Sugihara demonstrates how his clever illusions fool the brain, and how math underlies the engineering of each paradoxical illusion.  Learn more and register at amazing.momath.org.

NYC Math Festival
Saturday, August 17, 10:00 am to 4:00 pm at Fosun Plaza, 28 Liberty St.
Add a little math to your summer!  MoMath is pleased to present the NYC Math Festival on Saturday, August 17, from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm, providing a full day of math fun in the sun.  Bring your friends and the entire family to Fosun Plaza at 28 Liberty St. and enjoy hands-on math exhibits, entertaining mathematical games, and intriguing puzzles and brainteasers.  But that’s not all… the day will also feature group constructions of giant geometric sculptures, exciting mathematical juggling performances, and a live demo of solving the Rubik’s cube with one’s feet!  Plus, take home a little bit of MoMath: we’ll be setting up an outpost of Additions, the shop at MoMath, for all your summer gift needs.  For more information about this not-to-be-missed event, visit nycmath.momath.org.

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Expansions: MoMath’s innovative program to engage and challenge NYC’s brightest math students (separated by level)
Tuesday and Thursday afternoons, beginning in September

Reinvent math class with Expansions, MoMath’s afternoon gifted program.  Featuring programs for mathematically gifted students currently enrolled in 1st through 8th grade, Expansions hands-on lessons are designed and delivered by MoMath’s educational team to challenge and inspire students and to broaden their mathematical horizons.  With topics ranging from fractals to cellular automata, these afternoon sessions provide an opportunity for participants to learn advanced and fascinating topics not included in the standard K-12 curriculum.  Plus, your child can benefit from enjoying math together with small groups of talented and focused young scholars.  Expansions offers sessions at several levels; admission is by application only.  To learn more, visit expansions.momath.org.  MoMath is currently accepting applications for limited spots.

Weekend programs for families
Take a tour with MoMath’s Derivatives program (derivatives.momath.org) or join one of MoMath’s specially-trained educators in Explorations, a hands-on classroom experience, to discover the wonder of mathematics (explorations.momath.org).  Don’t miss your chance to see math in a whole new light, only at MoMath.

Events, birthday parties, and more
Looking to host a one-of-a-kind event where your guests can interact with over 40 engaging exhibits?  Enter a world of mathematical intrigue, but don’t worry: amidst all the activity, there is plenty of space for gala-worthy dinners, over-the-top birthday bashes, laser-cutting parties, and bar/bat mitzvahs.  Who knew math could be this much fun?  Email events@momath.org for more information.

School and group visits
MoMath has over a dozen great programs for school groups visiting the Museum.  From graph coloring to Möbius bands, bring your students to MoMath for a view into the exciting world of mathematics and see why kids of all ages love visiting the Museum.  Register at fieldtrips.momath.org.

Free trips for Title I schools
Thanks to the support of companies including OppenheimerFunds, Con Edison, and Two Sigma, as well as some generous MoMath friends, support for Title I schools is now available.  To apply for a free trip in the 2019-2020 school year, visit titleone.momath.org.  Interested in sponsoring a field trip?  Email donation@momath.org.

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Beautiful Math
See what mathematicians think is beautiful about mathematics at beautiful.momath.org.

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Become a member today and help ensure that MoMath continues to deliver exciting and engaging math programs for all ages.  Visit momath.org/join to become a member and receive unlimited access to MoMath’s innovative exhibits, plus discounts in Additions, the shop at MoMath.  Become a premium member and receive early notices and invitations to exclusive MoMath events.  Join now and take advantage of MoMath’s low rates.  To learn more about long-term memberships, call 212-542-0566.

We need you!
Interested in volunteering on the Museum floor?  If you love math, would like to help others enjoy MoMath’s interactive suite of exhibits, and are willing to devote two 4-hour shifts each month, please send an email to jobs@momath.org with the subject line “MoMath integrator.”  Please include a cover letter, current résumé, and a newly-written essay that, in approximately 150 to 500 words, describes an experience that shaped your love of mathematics.

We hope to see you at MoMath!

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