Quench your thirst for knowledge at Ideas on Tap, the Museum of Natural and Cultural History's monthly pub talk—now served online! You can join the conversations on Zoom or watch them live on our Facebook page
Weren't able to join us in real time? No worries. You can view the recordings anytime on our YouTube channel
Ideas on Tap takes a break for the summer months but we'll be back in fall 2021 with a whole new lineup of thought-provoking talks. Stay tuned! Get on our Ideas on Tap email list to have event announcements delivered to your inbox.   

 

 

ON TAP LAST SPRING:

Wednesday, April 7 | 6:00 p.m.

Greenland icebergs

Beneath the tips of Greenlandic icebergs 

This month, join University of Oregon oceanographer Dave Sutherland for a discussion of the iceberg life cycle, and learn how Greenlandic iceberg melt is affecting global climate, from sea level rise to ocean circulation.

THREE WAYS TO WATCH: Register to participate on Zoom, watch it live on our Facebook page, or catch it later on our YouTube channel.

Wednesday, May 5 | 6:00 p.m.

Rock n Roll

The Rise and Fall of the Chorus in Rock and Pop Songs

This month, join University of Oregon music theorist Drew Nobile for a look at the chorus in rock and pop songs—and how it has evolved since its emergence in the 1960s.

THREE WAYS TO WATCH: Register to participate on Zoom, watch it live on our Facebook page, or catch it later on our YouTube channel.

 

Our friends at Viking Braggot Company miss hosting Ideas on Tap and look forward to seeing us at the Southtowne Pub as soon as it's safe to gather again. For now, you can support this awesome local business by placing a delivery or to-go order! Check out the menu and enjoy their great food and braggots at home. 

 

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