Taranath presents The World in Washington: An Exploration of Literature and Our Lives in Lynnwood Tuesday (Oct. 8). Also check out Speakers Bureau presentations, Think & Drinks, and other events all around the state.
Humanities Washington’s evening of food, wine and words was a huge success in Spokane on Sept. 20. Now the fundraiser comes to Seattle, as authors read original works for our audience. If you’re not in Seattle, we have a slew of Speakers Bureau presentations and grant-funded events coming up – and there’s likely one in your area.
Join Humanities Washington for our next Think & Drink in Spokane Sept. 25: Ills, Pills & Bills: Why Does American Healthcare Cost so Much? Also check out our Speakers Bureau presentations and grant-funded events.
Celebrate our annual literary gala Bedtime Stories in Spokane with an evening of food, wine and words. Plus, an upcoming Think & Drink, Speakers Bureau presentations and grant-funded events.
Speakers Bureau’s Jennifer K. Stuller presents Ink-Stained Amazons and Cinematic Warriors: Superwomen in Modern Mythology Tuesday (Aug. 27) at Basalt Cellars. Also upcoming: grant-funded events in Seattle.
City Club presents a day-long intensive course in Seattle’s history, community and nonprofit life. Plus, other upcoming grant-funded events and Speakers Bureau presentations.
Speakers Bureau’s Robert Horton presents a discussion on the wide variety of Western films in Clarkston. Look for other Speakers Bureau presentations and grant-funded events throughout the state.
Join Humanities Washington and media partner KUOW radio for our next Think & Drink in Seattle June 26, Ills, Pills & Bills: Why Does American Healthcare Cost So Much?.
Speakers Bureau’s David B. Williams tours his presentation Stories in Stone: Travels Through Urban Geology in the Spokane area this week. Also upcoming: Speakers Bureau presentations and our next Think & Drink, on healthcare.
The Queering the Museum symposium at the Museum of History and Industry is set to spark discussion on the inclusion of LGBT/Q communities in history museums. Other grant-funded events and Speakers Bureau presentations are also offered around the state.