A Continued Cup Chronicle - New Harmony Presents Filled Up 4
There's artistic merit within a cup that we don't often think about. Cups come in all shapes and sizes - the tall, the short, the lumpy one with the weird handle and assorted googly eyes your little cousin made you... Every cup is as unique as the artist that created it! Celebrate ceramic cups made by individual artists across the United States with the latest New Harmony Exhibition, Filled Up 4. Head to the gallery now through December 16th, and find the cup that speaks to you!
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Eclipses and Humans: Science, Shock, and Awe at Wesselman Woods
Angry gods and the end of times are among the many phenomena to be explored at the Wesselman Woods discussion, Eclipses and Humans: Science, Shock, and Awe. USI’s Dr. Kent Scheller will tell all about the modern science behind eclipses, but also humanity’s perceptions of them throughout recorded history. Does a dragon eating the sun sound a little far-fetched? Tell that to the ancient Chinese civilizations who shot arrows into the sky and made loud noises to scare them off. This adults-only event will be happening at Wesselman Woods on December 19th at 6. Come and explore how this once inexplicable phenomenon of the cosmos influenced ancient history, war, religion, and more, and reserve your seats for Eclipses and Humans: Science, Shock, and Awe here!