Just when you thought it was safe to go back in the Museum auditorium …

The terror has surfaced. A movie so bad it makes chum look good. We triple dog dare you to join us at the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences on Friday, May 7 at 7 p.m. for this mysterious and unnamed shark feature. Plus, enjoy biting commentary and a shiver of terrifyingly bad shark-related shorts from the A/V Geeks archive. Parental guidance encouraged. Admission is Free.

The Museum stays open from 5 to 9 pm on the first Friday of every month, inviting visitors to wander through eye-catching exhibits, enjoy snacks and beverages from the Acro Café, and listen to live music from Stave Harvell and Daniel Sean. Visitors can also check out the inspiration for this month’s movie as the Museum’s special exhibit, “Megalodon: Largest Shark that Ever Lived,” offers discounted admission with last tickets sold at 7 pm. This exhibit closes May 9. Additionally, the Museum Store offers after-hours shopping and an opening reception (6:30-8:30 pm) for Mark Bashista, whose photographic views of North Carolina are on display May 7-31 in the Nature Art Gallery. All exhibited art is for sale.

By Triangle A&E

Bob has over thirty years experience as Creative Director at notable advertising and marketing agencies in Manhattan and Raleigh. Bob's creative has been recognized by the Society of Illustrators, Packaging Design Council, Magazine Design, NY Art Directors Club. In addition, Bob has been published in Graphic Design USA, American Design, and the Creativity Annual. In 2008, Bob was honored to Judge the International Association of Visual Artists "Davey Awards" for interactive and web design. Bob's passion for the arts has led him to utilize his talent and experience in support of the arts here in the Triangle by creating Triangle Arts and Entertainment.