Mix Lunch, Art and Science at Kemper
I'll be busy at a workshop on Friday, March 18, but this would be a great way to spend a Friday afternoon lunch....hmmm.....libraries should do this....
"Using the string-like abstract paintings of Mark Sheinkman as the basis for his discussion, Keith Ashman, UMKC assistant professor of physics, will describe how the universe is filled with vast chainlike filaments of galaxies interspersed with regions of comparative emptiness.
This “Feed Your Mind” presentation takes place at the Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art from noon to 1 p.m. on Friday, March 18. Box lunches from Café Sebastienne are available for $8 each."