NOW THROUGH MAY 2019
This unique series explores relationships between art and science through a wide variety of programs and performances that highlight health, medicine, and the environment.
The Art of Citizen Science After Nature
WHEN: WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 6:00 PM
WHERE: Atrium Auditorium, William Paterson University, 300 Pompton Ave., Wayne
ADMISSION: Free. Tickets not required.
How do we as citizens participate in the making of the sciences? Join the ecological design team of SPURSE* for a fascinating discussion of a critical topic.
*SPURSE is a creative design consultancy that focuses on social, ecological and ethical transformation. They work to empower communities, institutions, infrastructures, and ecologies with tools and adaptive solutions for system-wide change.
Arm of the Sea Theater presents
The Rejuvenary River Circus
A Story About the Life of a River
WHEN: TUESDAY, DECEMBER 4, 10:30 AM
WHERE: Shea Center for Performing Arts, William Paterson University, 300 Pompton Ave., Wayne
*For school ticket reservations, please call 973.720.3178.
For all other ticket orders and inquiries, please call the box office.
This allegorical tale features over three dozen mask and puppet characters, great live music, and a gorgeous hand-printed bio-morphic set design. Along this fantastic voyage, a host of creatures offer insight into their particular role in a watershed's ecosystem. The performance combines art, ecology and activism.
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