Megan Salazar and Rex Seiple

Megan Salazar and Rex Seiple are Art and Art History teachers at Liberty Common High School. Six years ago they discovered a mutual desire to reach out to the community and spread knowledge about art history and have been a team ever since. They have presented at the Regional Classical Symposium in Loveland, Center for Fine Art Photography, Festival of Ideas, and Liberty Lectures.  Their talks cover all eras of Art History and have included topics such as Wake Up to Weird: Experiencing Contemporary ArtOff with Your Head! The Greatest Decapitations in Art History, and The DNA of Ellsworth Kelly.  On February 29th, they will be presenting Visionary Artists of 2020 at Festival of Ideas, an annual lecture symposium held at Liberty Common High School.

Rex and Meg will be presenting after Friday's performance of "Constellations" on the artform used in the animations for the production


By Nick Payne

Directed by Natalie Scarlett

Playing February 28 – March 21, 2020

“Who knew that higher physics could be so sexy, so accessible – and so emotionally devastating?” –The New York Times

A physicist and a beekeeper meet at a party. They hit it off and go for a drink. Or perhaps they don’t. Perhaps she is engaged to someone else, perhaps he is. Maybe she breaks his heart, maybe he breaks hers. Even in quantum parallel universes, in which every possibility exists, love stings like a bee. Time, it turns out, is a more effective breaker of hearts than human beings. Written in the stars, Constellations is an immersive multi-media banquet presented in the OtterBox Digital Dome Theater in collaboration with the Museum of Discovery.

Playing at the Fort Collins Museum of Discovery – 408 Mason Court