ART: Artists Jennifer Judd-McGee and Mati McDonough celebrate the bold, graphic punch of vintage board games in Spin, in which they've incorporated elements from the old games like winding pathways, typography, colors, characters, and textures and have re-spun them in a thoroughly modern fashion.
7 to 9 p.m. // Rare Device (1845 Market St) // free
SCIENCE: Enjoy an evening in outer space at the Exploratorium After Dark's Cosmological Constructs, featuring installations by Pasadena’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory artist Dan Goods, a presentation by Megan Prelinger titled Another Science Fiction: Advertising the Space Race 1957-1962, an audiovisual journey through the peculiar cargo loaded onto NASA’s Voyager missions by media artist David Cerf, and a discussion by Timothy Ferris on communication with our yet-to-be-discovered neighbors in space.
6 to 10 p.m. // Exploratorium (3601 Lyon St) // $15
FILM: Electronic music duo Daft Punk's directorial debut, Electroma, chronicles two robots on a quest to become human. "Austere yet saturated in Americana, the film manages to brilliantly complement Daft Punk's style even while containing no music by the successful group."
7 p.m. // SF MOMA, Phyllis Wattis Theater (151 Third St) // $5