Come out tonight to the Buffalo Museum of Science to witness the collision of art and science. Local artists  local artists J.T. Rinker and Bill Sack.

The first event in the series occurred in October 2009 at the University at Buffalo's College of Arts and Sciences when their students teamed up with Hallwalls Contemporary Art Center to begin the exploration into the fusion of science and art.

While the Cabaret is free, for a $2 charge you can tour the museums Da Vinci Exhibit. There's no reason not to come down and support local artists while learning how other artists such as Da Vinci  influenced centuries of scientific research and discovery. The Cabaret begins tonight at 7 P.M, but the doors will open early at six for those who wish to tour the before mentioned Da Vinci Exhibit as well as robot demonstrations performed by students at the University at Buffalo.