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The Bells of Climate Change are Ringing
Where We Live - with John Dankosky
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The Carillon Bells at Wesleyan are ringing a different tune


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The sound of carillon bells from church steeples is a traditional sound this time of year - but at Wesleyan University, a different kind of sound is ringing across campus.   "The Weather at Six" is a sond installation by Wesleyan professor and sound artist Ron Kuivila, based on weather patterns of the last 130 years.  It's a "sonic interperetation" of the weather - meant to get people thinking about global warming.  It's part of a larger project called "Feet to the Fire" - happening on the Middletown campus, aimed at bringing together different disciplines to explore climate change. 

For more information, visit the Wesleyan Feet to the Fire Homepage.



Block photo by James Thompson, Courtesy of Flickr Creative Commons

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