Time: Friday, January 14 · 8:00pm – 10:00pm
Location: The Starving Artist, Keene, NH
Love lively, evocative music? Delight in co-mingling your arts with your sciences? Get thee down to the Starving Artist on Friday, January 14th for a rare New Hampshire performance by Where’s Aubrey. Rhine Singleton’s original songs, cloaked and hooded by Gary McGraw’s improvisation on the fiddle and mandolin, range from old timey folk through indie jazz.
All proceeds from $10 Admission will benefit Science Soiree & MuseTopia series, promoting science literacy & environmental awareness with creative flair. Complementary copies of Whole Terrain to all attendees, plus scrumptious baked treats and other local goodies. Sponsored by Whole Terrain.
About MuseTopia: Every 2nd Thursday of the month at The Starving Artist, MuseTopia offers inspired performance with the flavor of place An innovative literary/performance arts series, MuseTopia features the provocative work of emerging and established writers, co-mingled with imaginative performance (music, theater, dance, film).
About Science Soiree: Engage with scientists, researchers, and other expert practitioners on a diverse array of scientific and technical topics the 4th Thursday of each month at the Starving Artist. Meet great minds in an informal and playful setting. Each Science Soiree starts with a warm-up act (music, theater, spoken word, film), leading into topical conversation or an engaging presentation by a special guest.
About Whole Terrain: Whole Terrain, Journal of Reflective Environmental Practice, began as a student internship through Antioch University New England’s Environmental Studies Department in 1992. Each year, Whole Terrain brings together new and established writers, poets and artists together with environmental professionals and students and faculty from around the world to engage with a compelling theme exploring ecological and social issues with literary verve.
Keep track of MuseTopia, Science Soiree, and other Whole Terrain events through our facebook page!