Carbon Chronicles' is a participatory opera blending science, myth and politics. It uses music and humour to provoke discussion and inspire action to reduce our dependency on a petroleum-based, exploitative global system, in order to live sustainably in a low-carbon society. A chorus of elemental beings sing of their evolution into resources minerals and fossil fuels exploited by humans, with the consequent planetary crisis and climate chaos. At the end of the piece, with global collapse imminent, the participants are invited to imagine the scenario that expresses their hopes or fears for the future. It was the most successful performance of the Chronicles to date. The young people had been working for months, meeting regularly at the Llandrindod Wells Youth Centre to rehearse, developing and discovering their skills not only in singing, but also in acting, improvising, and making costumes.
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The Mexic-Arte experience begins before you walk in the door, with its north wall lined with murals that celebrate Latino figures and iconography. That mission to showcase traditional and contemporary Mexican and Latino art and culture continues inside the historic building, with wooden planked floors that squeak pleasingly underfoot. Mexic-Arte's curators comfortably straddle a commitment to old and new, with an annual exhibition devoted to emerging talent and an all-inclusive back gallery space devoted to community projects. Set at the south corner of the University of Texas campus, the Blanton Museum of Art blends in beautifully with the classical architecture, and the effect carries over into the museum's interior. Close your eyes, and you'd swear you could hear the Mediterranean lapping softly, but you'll want to keep them open to take in the Blanton's impressive collection.