Posted: 5/12/2022 1:48:48 PM
Audio in Bass Hall welcomes author Howard Mansfield and composer Ben Cosgrove for “A Journey to the White Mountains in Terms and Music” Saturday, June 4, at 7:30 p.m. at the Monadnock Center for Heritage and Culture, 19 Grove St. in Peterborough.
For hundreds of a long time, people today have traveled to the White Mountains seeking anything unique. The show, centered on a chapter in Mansfield’s newest reserve, “Chasing Eden,” is about how the discovery of the White Mountains affects people today to this working day. Groundbreaking artists in the 19th century taught Individuals how to search at the wilderness. Individuals were keen for the lesson, and with guidebook in hand telling them in which to see the views in the well-known paintings, they followed the artists. Their artwork developed a current market for the sights, loaded lodges with tourists and laid the bounds for countrywide parks throughout the country.
Mansfield writes about architecture, preservation and heritage in his quest to realize the soul of American locations. He has written about the Monadnock Region in a lot of books, which includes “In the Memory House,” “The Bones of the Earth” and “Dwelling in Chance.” He edited the anthology about the area, “Where the Mountain Stands Alone.” His most-current ebook, “Chasing Eden,” explores the strategies Us citizens find their promised land and motivated the collaboration with Cosgrove to create “A Journey to the White Mountains.”
Cosgrove is a touring composer-performer whose music explores themes of landscape, place and ecosystem. Cosgrove has done throughout the United States and held several artist residencies, together with with the National Park Services, the Countrywide Forest Support, the Schmidt Ocean Institute and the Sitka Middle for Artwork & Ecology. His most recent album, “The Difficulty with Wilderness,” is a set of 12 new songs that contemplate the part of mother nature and wildness in the designed atmosphere.
Tickets are $24 ($20 for Monadnock Middle associates) and $10 for small children below 12 several years outdated. Progress ticket obtain is advisable. Invest in tickets online at monadnockcenter.org or by cellphone at 603-924-3235.