A Humanities Washington Traveling Exhibit in the small town of Tieton helps spark a new, delectable community tradition.
Discussions on immigrant experiences and varied Speakers Bureau discussions round out the upcoming schedule.
A Northwest News Network audio interview with Kathleen Flenniken reveals more about the poet laureate’s connection to her hometown of Hanford. It also features Flenniken reading short, personal selections of her poetry.
A fast-paced poetry-PowerPoint event, varied Speakers Bureau presentations and expressions of the immigration experience round out a rich, varied schedule of upcoming events.
Executive Director Julie Ziegler talks about our new traveling exhibit on the Great Depression, Hope in Hard Times – and about the power of history and the humanities to bring people together to find current-day solutions.
The Hanford-engineer-turned-poet reflects on her first months as Washington State Poet Laureate and looks ahead to her upcoming goals and events, including a madcap poetry and PowerPoint event July 19.
Another Speakers Bureau presentation and a reading by the poet laureate round out the schedule this week, with big events on the horizon next week – save the dates!
The author and Evergreen faculty member says the institution of marriage is in a state of revolution. She sits down with Humanities Washington for a 5 Questions interview on the history of marriage in anticipation of our July 17 Think & Drink.
Seventh graders in Port Townsend see their classes and community in a new light thanks to a program from Northwest Maritime Center, a Humanities Washington partner.
A recent infographic from Teach.com helps plot a course for summer reading. Take a look, then add your own suggestions in the comments section!