Science on Tap: Untapped at Home
For this special Untapped series Science on Tap will host a weekly movie screening via Netflix Party, featuring a live chat with experts.
Hey, we miss you, too! Break up your quaran-routine with this special Untapped series. During the month of April, Science on Tap will host a weekly movie screening with Netflix Party. Guests can talk to our Science on Tap experts through the chat function, asking questions in real time and learning more about the myths and misrepresentations in some of our favorite movies.
Invite your housemates, and join us for this social-distancing Science on Tap. If you have a Netflix account and a home computer, you can join our party! This is a free event, but preregistration is required as Netflix Party limits the number of guests for each session.
How to Access Netflix Party
All preregistered guests will be sent the link to the event’s Netflix Party prior to the event start time. Make sure to download the Netflix Party extension for Google Chrome. You can learn more about Netflix Party and how to set it up on your computer at www.netflixparty.com.
Elizabeth: The Golden Age (PG-13)
A mature Queen Elizabeth endures multiple crises late in her reign, including court intrigues, an assassination plot, the Spanish Armada, and romantic disappointments.
Meet Our Expert: Elisabeth Berry Drago
Elisabeth (Lisa) Berry Drago is a research curator at the Science History Institute. She also cohosts the Institute’s podcast on the odd and fascinating histories of science, Distillations. She was previously a public history fellow at the Institute, where she curated Things Fall Apart (2017–2018) and Age of Alchemy (2018–present). Berry Drago holds a PhD in art history from the University of Delaware, specializing in the representation of science and artisanal work, the history of the print, and artistic identity-making.