Calendar of Events at CMoA

Tech Tales – Storytime for Young Explorers – Albert Einstein & What Do You Do With an Idea? @ Computer Museum of America
Jul 24 @ 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm

Come join us at the Computer Museum of America in Roswell as we celebrate Brain Day from 1PM to 2PM.  We will learn the importance of using our brain to come up with an idea and letting it grow, as well as reading about Albert Einstein, a scientist known for having a very big brain and lots of ideas that have changed the way we study physics today. There will be activities ideal for children aged 6 to 10 following the reading and afterwards, families are invited to explore the museum and its hundreds of objects which all started from a single idea! The museum is open from 12 PM to 5 PM.

The museum has large open space and has put safety measures in place for COVID-19.

Bytes & Brews – The Museum After-Hours
Oct 14 @ 5:30 pm – 9:00 pm

CMoA is celebrating the 50th anniversary of CRAY Research Corporation and recognizing the life and contributions of Seymour Cray, the father of supercomputing at this Bytes & Brews: Museum After Hours event.

Join us in your best 1970s costume and help us “kick it back to a CRAY-Z time”.

Bytes, as in bites of light appetizers are complimentary with your ticket and adult beverages will be available for purchase. Enjoy the sounds of a DJ spinning the best funk, rock, and disco of the 1970s while having full access to the exhibits.

This event is for guests 21+

Tickets are $25.00 if purchased in advance.

Limited tickets at the door are $30.00.

Purchase tickets for this fun evening.

If you are a CMoA member, please enter your discount or promo code for the event,  If you don’t have that code, please contact us at

Talking Tech at CMoA – Adapting the Unspoken: Designing an Improvisational Co-Creative AI Dance Partner
Mar 12 @ 3:30 pm – 4:30 pm

In our National Science Foundation supported research, “Participatory Sensemaking in Embodied Co-Creative Agents”, collaborators from Georgia Tech and Kennesaw State University analyze a dancer’s sensemaking process in an improvisatory dance setting.

This research shines a light on the nuanced and intuitive decisions involved in co-creative dance exchanges. Through this research, we aim to impart invaluable information to design a co-creative artificial intelligence tool to improvise with dancers, while also gaining new perspectives to recognize the deep value of our embodied choices. In this talk, participants will learn about the research taking place between our team of scientists and dance experts and discuss the limitless applications of dance and technology in the realms of learning, training, and creativity.