Dates: April 3-6
Where: Emerson Cultural Center
Cost: Free and open to the public
Celebrating Einstein's Shout Across Time
April 5-6 at 7:00 p.m. | Emerson Cultural Center
Experience the world of relativity and gravitational waves at a multimedia music performance featuring dancers, the MSU Symphony combined with gravitational wave sounds, and an original film by MSU School of Film & Photography Professor Dennis Aig that will feature the scientific visualization of black hole collisions and gravitational waves. This will be an extraordinary artistic collaboration and tribute to Albert Einstein's work.
April 3-6 | Emerson Cultural Center
Don't miss this original multimedia installation inspired by Albert Einstein's General Theory of Relativity. Immerse yourself in an art installation created by artists Chris O'Leary and MSU School of Art Professor, Sara Mast, Jessica Jellison - MSU School of Architecture, Charles Kankelborg - MSU University Physics, Cindy Stillwell - MSU Film and Photography and Jason Bolte - MSU School of Music.
Public Reception: April 2nd at 7:00 p.m.
Sara Mast, Associate Professor, MSU School of Art, Drawing and Painting
Jessica Jellison, Adjunct Instructor, MSU School of Architecture
Christopher O'Leary, Lecturer, UCLA Department of Design Media Arts
Cindy Stillwell, Associate Professor, MSU School of Film and Photography
Jason Bolte, Assistant Professor, MSU Department of Music Technology
Charles Kankelborg, - Associate Professor, Department of Physics
Dennis Aig, Professor, MSU School of Film and Photography
Tom Watson, Associate Professor, MSU School of Film and Photography
Nico Yunes, Assistant Professor, Department of Physics
Joey Key, Education Specialist, Department of Physics
Special Thanks To:
Mike Weix, Emerson Center for Arts and Culture staff