Reading with Tim Seibles at Cascadia College
“Poetry and Guided Journaling as a Therapeutic Intervention for Pediatric Cancer Patients, Their Caregivers and Staff Members” presentation for the National Association of Oncology Social Workers. With Julie Arguez, LICSW and Karen Gordon, LICSW. Westin Hotel, Seattle.
Speakers: Dorothy Van Soest, Writer, professor emeritus, and former dean at the University of Washington, and David Smith, Associate professor of philosophy and religious studies. Moderated by Ross Reynolds
Speakers: Dorothy Van Soest, Writer, professor emeritus, and former dean at the University of Washington, and David Smith, Associate professor of philosophy and religious studies. Moderated by Ross Reynolds.
Meet at the Rattlesnake Lake parking lot (exit 32 from I-90) and look for the “Hike & Write with the Poet Laureate” sign. No pre-registration needed. Offered in partnership with the Black Dog Arts Coalition.
Reading at The Black Dog Arts Cafe, Snoqualmie.
In every community, individuals with excellence and authenticity contribute to the rich artistic and cultural legacies of the United States. Extraordinary Ordinary People recognizes the best of these artists through photographs, art objects, videos and interactive media. The national traveling exhibit will be at the Wenatchee Valley Museum & Cultural Center May 1 though August 8. Associated with the exhibit are five live traditional arts and humanities programs which we hope you will attend. This evening: Performance by Show Brazil - Brazilian music and dance. This is a First-Friday event.
SEATTLE –In collaboration with ACT Theatre, Humanities Washington will host “Unveiled: Feminism, Orientalism, and Perceptions of the Middle East” on June 8 at 7:00 p.m. at Greenwood’s Naked City Brewery and Taphouse. Think & Drink events are hosted conversations in pubs and tasting rooms on provocative topics and new ideas, and are free and open to the public. From dramatic events like the attempted murder of Malala Yousafzai to the everyday wearing of the hijab in many parts of the Middle East, the lens through which the West views Middle Eastern women is often focused on their oppression—either real or perceived. How accurate is this lens? Where do our views of the Middle East come from? And what does modern Middle Eastern feminism look like? “Unveiled” is presented in collaboration with ACT Theatre’s production of Threesome, a play featuring two Egyptian Americans attempting to solve their relationship issues, and touching on issues of sexism, possession, and liberation. The Think & Drink event will feature award-winning playwright of Threesome Yussef El Guindi and professor of Middle Eastern Studies and Comparative Religion at The Evergreen State College Sarah Eltantawi. The discussion will be moderated by Zaki Barak Hamid, program director at Humanities Washington and Middle Eastern film instructor at Edmonds Community College. The event is sponsored by KUOW.