Dan Goods is passionate about creating moments in people’s lives where they are reminded of the gift and privilege of being alive.
During the day he is the “Visual Strategist” for NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory. There he shepherds an amazing team developing creative ways of communicating, and working to transform complex concepts into meaningful stories that can be universally understood. Their work is seen in public spaces, art museums, and is in outer space.
After doing the dishes, reading bedtime stories to his kids, and spending time with his wife, he works on other creative problem solving projects around the world. Currently he is developing “The Museum of Awe” with his buddies Ivan Amato and David Delgado.
In 2002 he graduated valedictorian from the graphic design program at Art Center College of Design. In 2012 he was select as “One of the most interesting people in Los Angeles” by the LA Weekly
Workshop | Cloud Chamber
A cloud chamber is like a magic box that lets you see invisible particles that have traveled to earth from exploded stars. At this moment, millions of particles are flying through you, but they are invisible to your eyes. Participants will learn a bit about the solar system, ideas on how it formed, and why these particles are out there. Then they will get to make their own cloud chamber and peak into the invisible world all around us.