HIGHLIGHT NIGHT

Highlight Nights are designed to create community around themes and identities explored on our stages at Artists Rep. A Highlight Night at ART can look like an affinity night, a panel of speakers, a larger community dialogue, celebration, and beyond, connecting our art, artists, and audiences from a place of shared experience and interest.

HIGHLIGHT NIGHTS for THE CHILDREN: GENERATIONS 1 & 2. Join us for two exciting Highlight Nights focusing on how we treat one another across generations, and the responsibilities we have to leave the world a better place. Use promo code HILITE for $20 ticket.

April 29 | 7:30 | GENERATIONS 1: Science & the Environment. A panel on the ethics of science and our responsibility to our planet.

 

APRIL 29th
GENERATIONS 1: Science & the Environment.

A panel on the ethics of “controversial” science and our responsibility to our planet across generations, moderated by Dr. Pancho Savery (Reed Professor of English, Humanities, and American studies, ART Dramaturg, and ART Board chair), and featuring panelists Jerry Newhouse (Nuclear Reactor Director, Reed College), Toria Ellis (Nuclear Reactor Operations Manager, Reed College), Dr. Andrew M. Crandell Dawes (Professor of Physics, Pacific University), and Dr. Linda A. George (Professor of Environmental Science and Management, Portland State University).

May 8 | 2:00 | GENERATIONS 2: Culture & Identity. A community conversation around our moral responsibility to one another, from Gen Z to Baby Boomer, through a sociological lens.

 
 
MAY 8th
GENERATIONS 2: Culture & Identity.
A community conversation around our moral responsibility to one another across generations, featuring, Emily Jung Miller (Local Artist & creator of the Ghost Net Landscape lobby installation), Montreal Benesch (Linguistics Major ’22 & Nuclear Reactor Training Supervisor, Reed College), and Presence O’Neal, MSc (Teaching Fellow in Critical Education at University of Oregon).
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