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Kealoha Artist Talk: So Many Different Crossroads, But the Paths Look the Same

Internationally acclaimed poet, Kealoha will perform his poetry and talk to the audience about
his journey from nuclear physicist to slam poet. The performance and discussion will explore
how the fabric of epic poetry is interwoven with the science of today, etching the story of the
most serious issue of our time -- the threat of global climate change. Drawing from diverse
sources, Kealoha delves into how science and culture couple to address universal questions
that have challenged humans from the very beginning: “Where do we come from and where
do we go from here?”

When

Thursday, November 08, 2018 | 12:00 pm - 1:15 pm

Where

Impact Commons, Chase Fine Arts Center

Event Type

Arts/Entertainment

Department

Caine College of the Arts

Target Audience

Students, Faculty, Staff, General Public

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Cost

Light lunch will be provided.

Event Contact

Name: Ashley Tolman
Phone: 7-7985
Email: ashley.tolman@usu.edu



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