Tuesday, March 19, noon to 1:45 p.m.
CU Art Museum
Scientists aren't the only people chronicling the changing landscapes of the Anthropocene era; from the Renaissance to the modern day, artists have been highly attuned to the natural world. Documenting Change: Our Climate (Past, Present, Future), an exhibition of art and data on display through April 13 at the University of Colorado Art Museum, juxtaposes century-spanning photo collections documenting glacial erosion with Romantic-era landscape paintings to show the devastation of climate change. Join facilitator Ben White for an insightful mid-day tour through the Erin Espelie- and Hope Saska-curated exhibit; space is limited, so email [email protected] to RSVP and visit CU Art Museum's events calendar to learn more.
Faculty Tuesdays: Baritone John Seesholtz
Tuesday, March 19, 7:30 p.m.
Grusin Music Hall
If you're a penny-pinching classical-music fan, the University of Colorado's Faculty Tuesdays recital series should be music to your ears. On March 19, baritone John Seesholtz, the latest staff addition to the College of Music's vocal program, lifts his sonorous voice for a stirring conclusion to the performance season, a program of English classics including Jeffrey Nytch's "Silences," Carlisle Floyd's “For I Am Persuaded” and "The Five Mystical Songs," by Ralph Vaughan Williams. Visit the CU Presents events calendar for details or to watch a live stream of the performance.