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'Global Weirding,' Katharine Hayhoe Q&A at First Friday Art Trail

Glenys Young

August 31, 2016

A new PBS digital series will be shown at LHUCA’s Firehouse Theatre.

WHAT: Free sneak preview of the new PBS digital series “Global Weirding” and question-and-answer session with Katharine Hayhoe, an internationally renowned climate scientist and director of the Texas Tech University Climate Science Center

WHEN: 7 p.m. and 8 p.m. Friday (Sept. 2)

WHERE: Louise Hopkins Underwood Center for the Arts Firehouse Theatre, 511 Ave. K

EVENT: A showing of the first two episodes of “Global Weirding” will be followed by a Q&A, which will be broadcast on Facebook Live to viewing parties throughout the country.

The series is a production of Texas Tech Public Media and will normally air on KTTZ-TV, with new episodes released every other Wednesday.

CONTACT: Jonathan Seaborn, production director, Texas Tech Public Television, Texas Tech University, jonathan.seaborn@ttu.edu

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