October 23, 2020, 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM (CST)
PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED FOR THIS PROGRAM
With the ISU Chamber Orchestra
Enjoy a unique sensory event as music and visual art come together and demonstrate the connections between artists with other artists and the people who experience art. This confluence of media expresses the diverse range of emotions, thoughts and ideas that can be articulated through artistic creation and consumption. Iowa State University’s Chamber Orchestra will perform J.S. Bach’s Musical Offering, BWV 1079 - No. 2 Ricercar à 6 as arranged by Anton Webern surrounded by the exhibition Who Am I? in the Christian Petersen Art Museum.
The evening will begin with remarks from Director of Orchestral Activities and conductor of ISU Symphony Orchestra Dr. Jonathan Govias and Educator of Visual Literacy and Learning Lilah Anderson, followed by the performance, closing remarks by the exhibition curator and Associate Curator of Collections and Education Adrienne Gennett and will conclude with time to view the exhibition.
A recording will be made of the performance and will be available to watch on the University Museums YouTube channel and social media outlets beginning October 28 for 30 days.
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Learn more about the development of this program from Lilah Anderson, Educator of Visual Literacy and Learning
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This in-person program is limited to 15 people. Attendees must pre-register via the online calendar system. Registration spots are first come, first served; however there will be a waiting list in case there is a cancellation.
Masks are required for all program attendees per Iowa State University policy. Seating will be placed 6 feet apart and we kindly ask that all attendees respect physical distancing. Chairs will be cleaned both before and after the program. Hand sanitizers will be available at the entrance to each museum. Many in-person programs will be recorded to allow those who are unable to attend to participate online at a later date.University Museums cannot guarantee an environment free of the risk of transmission of COVID-19. Visiting University Museums includes possible exposure to and serious illness from infectious diseases including but not limited to COVID-19. Attend/visit at your own risk. University Museums does recognize the possibility of a second outbreak and that things may change. The University Museums and ISU emergency teams will monitor this closely and facilities may have to close again. University Museums may make very quick decisions on shutdowns or cancellations due to capacity concerns, health precautions, staffing and occupancy-related considerations.
This program is a collaboration between the Department of Music and Theater and University Museums and is sponsored in part by the Kathy and John Howell Art Enrichment Program.