I’m not ashamed to admit it: I’m terrible at math. Back in high school, I passed Algebra II by the skin of my teeth. In college I took a course called “The Philosophy of Logic” which, oddly enough, turned into something of a math class. I barely passed that one as well. I used to think that math, science and art were worlds apart. But in truth they're more closely related than many of us think. This Saturday, Museum-Gallery Gallery-Museum in Brighton explores these strange bedfellows with The Science Show. Physicists from Miami University, University of Cincinnati, Northern Kentucky University and the Imperial College of London answered the questions of eight local artists, and the artists were tasked with interpreting the complex results in art-form. What’s on the other side of a Black Hole? Find out this Saturday and bring your own lab coat. 7-10 pm. MG-GM, 2161 Central Ave., Brighton. www.mg-gm.com.