Film scholar Lance Rhoades presents American Indians in Cinema: Portrayals and Participation, Onscreen and Behind the Scene Tuesday (July 30) in Clarkston. The following week, Speakers Bureau presentations abound, especially in the Spokane area.
Speakers Bureau’s Hank Cramer talks with Spark about the different groups and hidden stories that contributed to the folk songs of the Oregon Trail.
Author Peter Donahue leads a discussion on the process of creating a work of historical fiction. Plus, other Speakers Bureau presentations around the state explore local history through fiction, folk music or theater.
Speakers Bureau’s Hank Cramer share history through folk songs with his presentation One Trail, Many Voices: Songs of the Oregon Trail in Whitman County. Plus: Other Speakers Bureau presentations on Washington history.
here:now at the Frye Art Museum offers monthly small group gallery discussions and art-making studio experiences for individuals with dementia and their care partners. Plus: Speakers Bureau presentations throughout Eastern Washington.
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.
Join our Speakers Bureau presenters June 1 for a discussion about escaped slave Charles Mitchell in Bellevue or a Civil War reader’s theater in Federal Way. Coming up next week: more Speakers Bureau presentations and grant-funded events.
The Alzheimer’s researcher will speak in Seattle Thursday (April 4) as part of the here:now program at the Frye Art Museum. Speakers Bureau and Washington State Poet Laureate discussions, grant-funded events and more round out the full slate of upcoming events.