We hope to see you on Friday, May 6, 2022!

This year's UnGala FUNdraiser promises to turn back the clock to a time before COVID. Yep, we're jumpin' in the ol' Way Back Machine and heading to 2019. 

Unique, interactive experiences inside and outside the Amazeum provide opportunities for grown-ups to give their inner children a night out to play. Proceeds from the UnGala support access to Amazeum programs, and activities, as well as making it possible for 1 in 5 guests to experience the museum for free or at a reduced cost. 

Last year, the UnGala featured Impulse, an installation of 12 sound- and light-enabled seesaws, each 30- to 40-feet-long created by Lateral Office and CS Design from Toronto, and produced by Quartier des Spectacles Partnership in Montreal created an ever-changing symphony of play during the event. 

UnGala features NWA's only 24-volt corporate challenge race where drivers compete on modified children's ride-on vehicles and battle for the coveted Zing Cup.

Video from 2018 UnGala.

The UnGala brings a signature experience to the NWA community each year. Created by world-renowned makers and artists, each experience demonstrates the possibilities at the intersection of the arts and sciences, and creativity and curiosity. Discover the story behind UnGala's past signature experiences "Life Size Mousetrap" by Mark Perez, and "Hand of Man" by Christian Ristow on our blog. 


Connect your brand - Sponsor UnGala

Contact Shanon Dixon, Director of Development and Communications at sdixon@amazeum.org or Danica Stout, Development Manager at dstout@amazeum.org or 479.802.6796. 


Your support along with that of our sponsors provides funding for:

  • Amazeum 4 all passes 

  • innovative exhibitions and educational programming at Amazeum

  • diversity and inclusion programs like

    • HallowZing

    • Priceless Nights

    • Outreach programs

  • keeping ticket prices affordable

  • the ability to continue innovative programming  

While we love playing and learning with your kiddos, this event is for grown-ups 21 years and older.