Art After Dark / Earth Works: Mapping the Anthropocene

Dec. 7, 2017 5 - 9 PM

Free Admission         

5:30-6:30 PM / Spotlight Talks: Looking at Nature
5:30 PM / Ernest Lawson’s Hoboken Water Front
5:45 PM / Camille Pisarro’s The Presbytery Garden, Knokke
6 PM / Milton Avery’s Landscape with Black and White Horses
6:15 PM / Teresita Fernandez’s Nocturnal (Rise and Fall)

6-8 PM / Make: Activist buttons about the Anthropocene!

6:30-7 PM / Exhibition tour of Earth Works: Mapping the Anthropocene

7 PM / Concert: After Nature: Speculative Auralizations of the Anthropocene
New York-based, Grammy-nominated bassist Melvin Gibbs, and saxophone player Stephon Alexander (who is also a Brown University physicist, and author of The Jazz of Physics) perform original music based on the exhibition, Earth Works: Mapping the Anthropocene.

Until 8 PM / Photo Challenge!
Learn to use After Ice, Justin Guariglia’s iphone application, take photos around the Museum and participate in an Instagram challenge by sharing your photos on social media. 

Until 8:30 PM / Cash Bar, featuring a Signature Cocktail each week!  

  

Schedule subject to change.

Art After Dark is sponsored year-round by the Addison Hines Charitable Trust.