Sunday, June 27th 2pm Tour at Brushwood Center, 3pm Concert at Village Hall
Join internationally renowned violinist Netanel Draiblate for an inspiring program featuring the poetry of talented young leaders from Cool Learning Experience and the artwork of Third Coast Disrupted: Artists + Scientists on Climate for our Smith Symposium Nature in Concert Program: “Hope, A Disruption”. Using the medium of live music, art and poetry you will embark on a powerful journey exploring the first musical theme of this year’s Smith Symposium: Disruption. Experience inspiring ways in which our hope of a better and just future can disrupt destructive trends around us. Music, art and poetry will provide direction towards our own contributions to environmental, social and racial equity in today’s world around us.
Select from two ticket options:
1) Exhibition Tour and Concert Program (2-4 p.m.): Begin at Brushwood Center at 2 p.m. with Third Coast Disrupted lead curator Christine Esposito for a tour, followed by the live concert and poetry recitation at the Riverwoods Village Hall. The exhibition was created through a collaboration between Columbia College Chicago, DePaul University’s Institute for Nature and Culture, and Terracom.
2) Concert Program Only (3-4 p.m.): Meet us at the Riverwoods Village Hall for this music and poetry experience centered on "Hope, A Disruption."
Tickets: $30 for non-members; $20 for members and Riverwoods Residents
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