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Scientists Exploring the Arts is a free program that is open to college students (graduate and undergraduate) who are majoring in specific areas of science or technology. Eligible majors include: food science and molecular gastronomy, nutrition, chemistry, chemical engineering, statistics, environmental science, food sensory evaluation, material science, business (finance, sales), marketing, and computer science.
Scientists Exploring the Arts is a unique partnership between the State Theatre and Ingredion. The program celebrates and explores the essential elements shared by the performing arts and science and technology: creativity, innovation, problem solving, teamwork, and process. Each event offers young scientists an opportunity to discover distinctive art forms and to meet personnel from Ingredion, a leading global ingredients solutions provider specializing in nature-based sweeteners, starches and nutrition ingredients. Scientists Exploring the Arts is offered twice a year, once in the fall and again in the spring.
Students selected to participate in the program attend the State Theatre, along with employees of Ingredion. Each event includes:
- • A ticket to the performance at the State Theatre in New Brunswick.
- • A pre-performance “Exploration” with a talented arts educator.
The entertaining and enjoyable lecture provides an in-depth,
easy-to-understand introduction to the show.
- • A pre-performance dinner, where there will be opportunities
to network with Ingredion employees as well as other students.
Spring 2015 Event
Fri, March 27, 2015
Dinner, networking, and lecture: 6pm
See this incredible group perform in an adrenaline-laced power-percussion performance! Founded by a percussion virtuoso with a talent for welding and a commitment to recycling and a designer with a passion for spectacle, Scrap•Arts•Music is a one-of-a-kind combination of intricate rhythms, raw energy, athletic choreography, and the greenest, most inventive reuse of materials on stage today. The group performs on more than 140 invented instruments crafted from industrial scrap—ranging from accordion parts to artillery shells.
QUESTIONS? Phone: 732-246-7469, ext. 545 • Email: SEA@StateTheatreNJ.org • Fax: 732-247-4005
This program is made possible through the generous support of