Join Humanities Washington for our two upcoming Seattle Think & Drinks: From Birth of a Nation to Smoke Signals: African Americans and American Indians in Film.
Join the Spokane County Library and Spokane Storytelling League for stories about the difficult, distinct circumstances of the Great Depression. Plus: events with the Washington State Poet Laureate and Speakers Bureau presentations all around the state.
Join engineer-turned-poet Kathleen Flenniken as she shares her personal history growing up in Richland and working at Hanford Thursday (April 17) in Kennewick. Also coming up: Speakers Bureau presentations, Traveling Exhibits programming and Washington State Poet Laureate events all around the state.
Join The Spokane County Library and Whitworth University for a talk by National Book Award winner Timothy Egan on the Great Depression. Also upcoming: Speakers Bureau presentations and readings with the state poet laureate all around the state.
From Birth of a Nation to Smoke Signals African Americans and American Indians in Film to spark conversation in two Seattle locations April 29 and 30.
In this installment of 40 Years of Washington Stories, we look at Reel Grrls’ 2010 documentary on women’s suffrage in our state.
Bainbridge Performing Arts screens Winter’s Bone to correspond with their production of The Kentucky Cycle. Also look for Speakers Bureau presentations all around the state.
The community read program presents the author of Wild: From Lost to Found on the Pacific Crest Trail. Also upcoming; Speakers Bureau presentations and grant-funded events around the state.
In our second Top 10 list, film scholar Lance Rhoades shares some of the most influential films made by First Nations or American Indian artists, like Smoke Signals, Powwow Highway and more.
The festival illustrates the issues and artists of the Northwest Asian American community. Also upcoming: Speakers Bureau’s presentations all around the state and the first reading of the new Washington State Poet Laureate.