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Humanities Now Blog

News and Highlights from Arizona Humanities

Grantee Highlights explore music and nature

Coolidge Performing Arts Center – A World of Music with Todd Green

Experience a musical demonstration and lecture featuring 25 acoustic, indigenous string, flute and percussion instruments from the Middle East, Central Asia, Far East and South America. Todd Green, a multi-instrumentalist solo artist shared that his artistic mission is to “help break down the barriers that divide us by experiencing other cultures through their music.” The event takes place on Monday, February 20th in Coolidge.

Click here to learn more about the Coolidge Performing Arts Center and World of Music program.

Western National Parks Association – Find Your Park Centennial Series

The Find Your Park Centennial Series explores America’s unique national parks through discussions about southwest history, ecology, environment, and heritage foods. Examine the stories of Arizona’s parks at the WNPA’s National Park Store in Tucson.

  • February 18th – Mythical River: Chasing the Mirage of New Water in the American Southwest with Melissa Sevigny
  • March 4thHistory and Wildlife of Saguaro National Park, a panel discussion featuring Jane Eppinga and wildlife biologist, Jessica Lamberton-Moreno
  • April 1st – National Park Agriculture and Heritage Food Stories wtih Gregory McNamee

Click here to learn more about the Western National Parks Association and the Find Your Park Centennial Series.

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