DXARTS faculty James Coupe and Thomas Deuel join conversation with Director Annie Dorsen and Producer Andrew Kircher as part of an event at Town Hall, "This is How it Ends", on Saturday, May 18, in Seattle. The event is presented by Town Hall Seattle, Meany Center for the Arts, and UW School of Drama and curated by Meiyin Wang.
WHEN: Saturday, May 18, Doors at 12PM (noon).
1-1:10p Welcome and Introduction Meiyin Wang (Curator)
1:10– 2p Making Art with Scientists, Janani Balasubramanian (Artist)
2-2:45p The Encephalophone: from experimental musical instrument to clinical trials Thomas Deuel (Neuroscientist, Musician and Neurologist)
3-3:50p Hidden Mechanics: Art contending with technology, Annie Dorsen (Director and Writer), James Coupe (Artist, UW DXARTS). Moderated by Andrew Kircher (Director, Devised Theater Initiative, The Public Theater)
4-4:50p The Future of Story: who determines the next narratives? Susie Lee (Artist, Entrepreneur, Creative Director), Dafina Toussainté McMillan (Co-founder, Crux), Moderated by Meiyin Wang (Producer, Curator)
4:50–5p Science Jokes and Joke Science, Ahamefule J. Oluo (Comedian, Musician)
5-6p Invited reception
This event was made possible by a grant from the Mellon Creative Fellowship.
Seattle Town Hall’s Arts & Culture series elevates the voices of local artists while bringing world-renowned cultural icons to Seattle audiences. The series celebrates music, photography, sculpture, philosophy, heritage, and traditions around the world that enrich our lives.