Displaced from her artist’s loft by city officials, Jane Richlovsky refused to play the victim. Instead, she set out to show that artists can also be savvy about urban economics.
Across Washington, children who haven’t mastered reading are falling behind. Prime Time Family Reading can help these kids catch up – but they need your help! The deadline for our Spring Appeal has been extended until Wednesday (May 22).
Funds raised at Seattle event will support statewide programs that spark conversation and critical thinking.
Funds from the event to fund Humanities Washington’s work sparking conversation and critical thinking across the state.
The acclaimed novelist – and 2012 Bedtime Stories Spokane emcee – sits down with Author magazine for a video interview about the long process of writing his latest novel, which Walter began in 1997.
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.
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!
Washington State Poet Laureate Kathleen Flenniken joins several other writers July 19 for an evening of poetic explorations in slideshow form. Proceeds from the event benefit Humanities Washington’s work throughout the state.
Bedtime Stories — Humanities Washington’s annual literary gala — returns to Seattle Oct. 12. And, for the first time, Bedtime Stories debuts in Eastern Washington with a Sept. 28 event in Spokane. Both galas offer an illuminating evening of food, wine and words, with several of the Northwest’s most celebrated authors unveiling original short works inspired by the event theme, Red Eye.