SoundWaves looks into what makes NYC tick. How does the city sustain itself? What happens to New York as the climate changes? What’s the best way to get around town? How does the city address its many problems? And what is it like to be a musician in the cultural capital of the U.S.?
Kate Corby & Dancers with The Seldoms
In a shared concert with Kate Corby & Dancers, Chicago-based dance company The Seldoms will perform an excerpt of Exit Disclaimer: Science and Fiction Ahead (2012).
Powering Up Bodies/Powering Down Emissions: A Movement Workshop to Inspire a Climate Movement with Carrie Hanson & Alex Rose
In this workshop, fall 2019 Interdisciplinary Artist-in-Residence Carrie Hanson will share ideas and inspiration for Floe, her forthcoming dance theater piece about climate change that premieres at the Wisconsin Union Theater in January 2020. Registration required.
Science in Entertainment and the Arts: The Most Powerful Way to Communicate Science?
Leaders and artists from theater, film, the visual arts, and dance join Wisconsin Institute for Discovery director Jo Handelsman to explore this interface.
Big Ideas for Busy People: Water, Water, Everywhere
Big Ideas for Busy People is a highlight of the annual Wisconsin Science Festival.
Dance Department Friday Forum with Carrie Hanson
Join Carrie Hanson, fall 2019 Division of the Arts Interdisciplinary Artist-in-Residence, for a talk about her work as choreographer, director, performer, and educator.
UW–Madison to host choreographer Carrie Hanson as the Fall 2019 Division of the Arts Interdisciplinary Artist in Residence
The University of Wisconsin–Madison Division of the Arts (presenter) welcomes Carrie Hanson as the Fall 2019 Interdisciplinary Artist-in-Residence. Carrie Hanson is a choreographer, director, performer and dance educator. She is the artistic director of The …