The Watermill Center is presenting the Scaler Summer Lecture Series, which features notable speakers from the arts, humanities, and science, through Aug. 14.
The next program, “Music and Memory,” will take place Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. Daniel J. Levitin, a neuroscientist and writer, will discuss the art and science of writing music with Daniel Knox, a composer and songwriter.
Next Thursday, also at 7:30, Charles Ross, an artist who tests the limits of digital media, will talk with Joe Thompson, director of MASS MoCA, the Massachusetts art center where Mr. Ross will have a solo exhibition in 2015.
On Aug. 12, Robert Wilson, artistic director of the center, will discuss the language of creativity with the architect Daniel Libeskind, master planner of the World Trade Center redevelopment.
The series will conclude Aug. 14 with a lecture by Glenn H. Shepard Jr., an anthropologist and ethnobotanist, on shamanism, sanitation, and development among indigenous communities of the Peruvian Amazon.
Reservations are free but required and may be made at watermillcenter. org.