The museum was home to an unusual event on the 6th anniversary of the institution's opening. The event, which was focusing on the relationship between science and art, was attended by renowned performers, was highlighting the works and achievements of several art branches, which were inspired by the technical approach, the natural sciences and the nuclear power plant. University students, who arrived from Pécs and Budapest, also participated in the program.
On one of the four event venues, near the Teller Corner, there were physics experiments on the theme of sound showing the diversity of human voice, whistles were made with the use of the heat and there was a demonstration about the spread of sound waves. It is a special feature of the place and the experiments, that those were presented by Szilvesz Szélpál opera singer, high school physics teacher and Árpád Krizsán museum educator. On the 110th anniversary of Ede Teller’s birth, also that piano got a role, on which the scientist presented the resonance.
In the literary café there was a conversation about the relationship between Ferenc Juhász poet, the nuclear power plant and the industry and also about his friendship with György Marx scientist. Gábor Böhm literary historian talked about the approach he had got from the engineering sciences that he can use in the arts of humanities as well.
In the fine art section Előd Nagy painter and Pál Farkas sculptor were talking about the circumstances in which their works were produced. Pál Farkas recalled his meeting with Ede Teller and the scientist’s kind words in connection with his work that can be seen in the statue park and Előd Nagy remembered those times when he came to Paks regularly as the "private painter" of the nuclear power plant. The construction attracted the artist and it was also a great colour experience for him. He found even the grey concrete colourful, although everybody thinks that it is hopelessly grey. The works of the artists can be seen in the gallery of the museum.
During the programs related to children's literature, music and fine art, people with similar interest could meet one another. Róbert Farkas, the author and illustrator of his book for children, in which the little fox is listening stories about astrophysics and the speed of light, and Bálint Vincze, who made the fascinating nature photographs on his own to illustrate his story written about ground-squirrels living near the nuclear power plant. The "fabulous" performances were crowned by the music of the audio book, “The ground-squirrel story”, from which Andrea Navratil and Szabolcs Róka, played music parts.
The part of the opera about a screwing machine, that was performed by Szilveszter Szélpál based on Figaro's Aria, was an unforgettable success. At this this event, the museum showed a new perspective of the close links between the world of science and the various fields of art.