Speakers Bureau’s Antonio Davidson-Gómez tours the state with his presentation Mapping Latino Musical Migrations this week. Other Speakers Bureau presentations, grant-funded events and Washington State Poet Laureate readings add to the statewide offerings.
Historian William Woodward explores baseball’s hold on the American popular imagination during his talk Coming Home: Baseball’s America in Longview May 2. An abundance of Speakers Bureau presentations, grant-funded events and Washington State Poet Laureate discussions round out a busy calender of events for the next two weeks.
Speakers Bureau’s Eva Abram shares the story of Charles Mitchell, a slave in Washington state who made his break for freedom. Plus: Innovative grants-funded events abound throughout the state and programs for our Traveling Exhibit Hope in Hard Times,
Humanities Washington’s first Think & Drink of the new year explores the future of marijuana in our state after its legalization. Also throughout the state: presentations by Speakers Bureau members and programming for our Traveling Exhibit and grant-funded events.
Western Region winner Miles Hewitt joins Washington State Poet Laureate Kathleen Flenniken for a reading Thursday. In advance of the event, Hewitt allows Spark to post one of his poems, Orpheus.
Washington State Poet Laureate Kathleen Flenniken will read with National Student Poet for the Western Region Miles Hewitt, a seventeen-year-old Vancouver native.
Washington State Poet Laureate Kathleen Flenniken will be at the Breadline Performance Series on Wed. (Nov. 21). A variety of Speakers Bureau presentations adds the event offerings.
Speakers Bureau presentations abound, including conversations on creating music, fire ecology, Westerns, human trafficking and Native Americans in film. Plus, Washington State Poet Laureate Kathleen Flenniken continues to storm the state with readings and workshops.
The Olympia author talks with Humanities Washington about how his background as a journalist affects his writing and keeps it grounded in the Pacific Northwest.
Our Wednesday (May 9) Think & Drink explores images of women in media and pop culture. And our subsequent calendar is chockablock with other engaging events: Speakers Bureau presentations, a history film competition, poetry outings and more.