Join Speakers Bureau’s Hank Cramer in Dayton and Pasco this week as he shares Oregon Trail history through folk songs. Also, check out Speakers Bureau presentations and Traveling Exhibit events throughout the state.
Join Humanities Washington and the Spokane County Library for a talk on the history of the Great Depression in Spokane. Also look for Speakers Bureau and Traveling Exhibit events throughout the state.
Join us for our next Think & Drink, A History of Protest: Civil Rights Movements in Seattle from the 1960s to 1980s, this Wednesday in Seattle.
The Port Townsend Public Library presents discussions and events as part of its month-long community read. Also upcoming: Speakers Bureau and grant-funded events around the state and Seattle’s first Think & Drink of 2014.
Join the Walla Walla public library for the next in their Big Idea Talks series: Public Art Practices: New Possibilities for Engaged Placemaking in Walla Walla. Also upcoming: Speakers Bureau conversations, grant-funded events and Washington State Poet Laureate programs throughout the state.
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.
The works of an innovative generation of filmmakers screen at the Northwest Film Forum throughout March as part of the grant-funded program L.A. Rebellion. Also upcoming: Speakers Bureau presentations, grant-funded public programs and other events around the state.
The program based on Pam Houston’s Contents May Have Shifted enters its second week with a bang, featuring a wide variety of programs at different venues. Other grant-funded events, the Hope in Hard Times Traveling Exhibit and Speakers Bureau presentations round out this list of upcoming offerings.
Presentations of roadside attractions and ’50s sci-fi films round out varied mix of free public events.
Humanities Washington opens its 2012-14 Speakers Bureau auditions to the public June 1. Plus: The Mid-Columbia Literary Festival concludes, the Methow Valley Interpretive Center hosts an open house, and more.