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Museum + Music The Art of Improvisation: Indian Classical Music in the Hindustani Tradition
Enjoy live Indian Classical Music in the Hindustani tradition in the Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art
The Art of Improvisation: Indian Classical Music in the Hindustani Tradition. Ceramics and music both rely on moment-to-moment decisions to shape their aesthetic outcomes. These fascinating likenesses and differences will be explored through the juxtaposition of the current exhibtion Unearthed: The NEHMA Ceramics Collection & The Woman Behind It with a concert of Indian Classical Music in the Hindustani tradition. Featuring Sitarist Arjun Verma & Tablaist Debanjan Bhattacharya. The Museum +View more
650 North 1100 East, Logan, UT 84322
NEHMA has a limited number of free parking spaces located just north of the Performance Hall. Please park in stalls labeled “Museum Visitor” and notify visitor services upon your arrival. See the map below for additional parking options and note that USU lots are strictly enforced until 5PM. With few exceptions, USU lots are generally open to all on weekends. Public Transportation: ride Cache Valley Transit routes 1, 4 or CVN to visit NEHMA. Use the Fine Arts stop (eastbound) or Richards Hall (westbound) on E 700 N and walk toward the Performance Hall. Visit www.cvtdbus.org for more information.