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"What is it to be Human?" A Round Table Panel Discussion with Scientists and Poets

  • 5723 Arapahoe Avenue, Ste 1A Boulder, CO USA (map)

The Science in Poetry ~The Poetry in Science

Experts in Physics, Biology, Poetry, Hip Hop. Turkish, Greek, Native American Music and Poetry Performances by Critically Acclaimed Artists.  And exotic Mediterranean appetizers by local purveyor and event sponsor Savory Spice. 

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Without art, are we human?

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Is war an inevitable part of the human condition?

We find that we live on an insignificant planet of a humdrum star.
— Carl Sagan
It has become appallingly obvious that our technology has exceeded our humanity.
— Albert Einstein
I’m just a human being trying to make it in a world that is very rapidly losing it’s understanding of being human.
— John Trudell
We are stardust.
— Joni Mitchell
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How do relationships have the power to mold?

not only human experience buy by human biology. Is cooperation the signature adaptation of our species?  


How can we cope with the enormous problems.. 

Threatening humans and the natural world? Caused largely by the impact of humans on the natural world?


Meet the Panelisits & Musicians

Musa Starseed, Mike Klymkowsky, Stephen Joffee, Leo Radhivosky, Melissa La Flamme, Jean Biz Hertzberg, Peter Hallam, Valerie Szarek, David Pappas, James Hoskins and moderator Cara Cruickshank 

Café de la Culture is an international venue which offers performances, literary salons and artistic residencies for a diverse population of artists, thinkers and visionaries. We are here to create an inclusive, dynamic meeting place for the exchange of timely ideas and creative vision. As a participant at Café de la Culture, you will join in a social renaissance, engaging in meaningful discourse with peers and experts from a variety of fields and backgrounds, while building constructive collaborations which bring forth understanding, new ideas and grass-roots social change.