Come to the presentation of this exciting five movement piece, “Green Chemistry,” inspired by the international Green Chemistry movement. Performed by the D’Earth and Jeff Decker, University of Virginia.
Monday, November 21st
Pre-concert discussion lead by John Warner, Green Chemist and President of the Warner Babcock Institute
7:30 PM the music starts
Friends University Sebits Auditorium,Wichita, KS
Green Chemistry comprises five movements and is inspired by the international Green Chemistry movement, which encourages chemists to explore and address the environmental problems created by the many blessings of modern chemistry and by the ubiquity of chemicals in our modern world. The term “green chemistry” can also be taken as a double-entendre because the piece will explore human interaction, as well, especially as regards the “chemistry” between teachers and their students, where the learning goes both ways.
This concert is both interdisciplinary and interactive in a number of ways: between scientists and artists, between students and their professors, between current students and alumni, between the left brain and right, and between the environment and mankind.
Tickets for the concert on Monday, November 21st are $15 for Adults $12 for Students/Seniors. For more information call the Friends University Fine Arts ticket line at 316-295-5677.