Gifts of the Crow: How perception, emotion, and thought allow smart birds to behave like humans. John Marzluff, Author. Prof. Marzluff will discuss his research on animal minds, social learning and fear learning and continue the conversation of this year’s One Campus One Book theme, human-animal communication. Sponsored by the UAS One Campus One Book Committee and the School of Arts and Sciences
Recently featured on ABC’s Good Morning America, and at the Amy Winehouse Inspiration Awards, Dominick Farinacci has garnered critical acclaim around the globe. Upon the release of his U.S. debut CD, Lovers, Tales and Dances, the great Quincy Jones stopped by the hip Los Angeles club Vibrato to check out a show by the now 30- year-old trumpeter. Farinacci had recorded an obscure Q composition, “The Theme from the Pawnbroker.” Jones’ classic response: “This kid is 360 degrees!”—a reference to the cosmopolitan, culturally expansive range of American and world music influences Farinacci brings to his own music.
An evening of jazz and classical music with light hors d'oeuvres and a no-host bar. Featured artists will be Paul Rosenthal, Andrey Tchekmazov and Arnulf von Arnim and the Dominick Farinacci Quintet.
Music, Food & Festivities. Outside and inside. Music in the library. The Library will be open 11-4 during this event.
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