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The ISU Planetarium Presents Musica: Why is the Universe Beautiful
The newly re-envisioned Illinois State University Planetarium is pleased to offer “Musica: Why is the Universe Beautiful,” as part of the Sugar Creek Arts Festival.
Show times are:
Saturday, July 13 at 11 AM, 1 PM, and 3 PM
Sunday, July 14 at 12 noon and 2 PM
Free and open to the public, donations appreciated.
A flower, the peaceful forest, a sunset, the stars twinkling overhead… Gazing at these, a girl is struck by the beauty of nature and asks, “Why do I sense beauty?”
A pianist calling himself “Musica” answers, exploring the common elements hidden in music and nature. Thus, the mesmerizing conversation begins between the girl, Musica, and the Universe.
The ISU Planetarium is in the Felmley Hall of Science Annex, at the corner of College Avenue and School Street on the edge of Uptown Normal. The Planetarium entrance and white dome faces School Street. Free parking is available in the ISU F-67 Red-tag Faculty lot, north of the Planetarium on School Street.
For more information or if you need an accommodation to fully participate in this program/event, please contact the ISU Physics Department at (309) 438-8756 or visit our web site by Googling Illinois State University Planetarium. Please allow sufficient time to arrange the accommodation.