Take time to explore Arts on Earth
The deans of the academic units on North Campus invite all faculty, graduate students, and staff to the next First Tuesday program of the Arts on Earth series from 5-7 p.m. Tuesday, March 3. The event features a reception with wine, food, and conversation beginning at 5 p.m. and a presentation of faculty works in progress from 5:30-6:15. The events will be in the Slusser Gallery of the School of Art & Design.
Featured faculty will be:
- Ellen Rowe, associate professor of music and jazz studies chair of the School of Music, Theatre, and Dance, presenting “Creativity and the Great Outdoors,” a look at how her mountain climbing inspires her music.
- Perry Samson, associate chair and professor in the Department of Atmospheric, Oceanic and Space Sciences in the College of Engineering and co-founder of the Weather Underground, speaking on “The Art of Tornado Chasing.”
- David Chung, associate professor in the School of Art & Design, on “Deep Fermentation: Kimchi Containers for Memory,” a talk on current work recently purchased by the Smithsonian Institution and on permanent display at the National Museum of Natural History.
Arts on Earth is designed to introduce North Campus colleagues to each other’s work in a relaxed atmosphere.Explore posts in the same categories: Events
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