With the building open and countless events happening inside the newly renovated space, Northrop is no longer just the performing arts epicenter for the University. This week’s events and activities inside Northrop exemplify the building’s new mission of connecting the campus with communities beyond by celebrating innovation in the arts, performance, and academics. Where else on campus can you see a dance performance, attend a lecture, watch a film, and listen to a concert all in one week?
This week at Northrop, we are lucky to have a wide array of guest lecturers speaking and sharing their work with the students at the University and the larger community. These lectures and discussions are made possible through organizations such as Northrop, the Institute for Advanced Study, and the Center for Spirituality and Healing,
Here’s a list of the insightful events this week:
Presented by the Institute for Advanced Study
Substantive Collaborations Between Dances and Scientists
A Thursdays at Four event
Thu, Apr 24, 4:00 pm
Hubbard Broadcasting Rehearsal Studio
Free and open to the public; no tickets necessary.
David Odde, a biomedical engineer, and Black Label Movement, a collective of dance artists led by choreographer Carl Flink, team up to combine dance and science, shining new light on both. More info
Presented by the Center for Spirituality and Healing
Dr. Dan Siegel
Wellbeing Lecture Series
Thu, Apr 24, 6:30 pm
Carlson Family Stage
$20 General public, Free for U of M students (limit 1 per ID, tickets still required)
In this lecture followed by Q&A, led by mindfulness and relationships expert Dr. Daniel Siegel, you will explore how you can cultivate wellbeing through your interpersonal relationships. More info
TEDxUMN: Mapping Our Potential
Sun, Apr 27, 12:00 pm
Carlson Family Stage
$32 (General Public), $26 (U of M Faculty/Staff/Alumni),
Speakers will discuss the depths of our potential at every scale and across a variety of subject matter. Speaker Lineup: Barry Kudrowitz, Paul Schrater, Andrew Odlyzko, Nathan Kuncel, David Redish, Mary Jo Kreitzer, Taiyon Coleman, Ananya Chatterjea, and Christophe Lenglet. More info
Join us at Northrop for these amazing opportunities for research and discovery.