A photography exhibit tries to move beyond politics to explore the human relationships behind the push for marriage equality.
In this look back at 40 years of Humanities Washington programs, we look at a photography installment in downtown Bainbridge Island.
The Northwest African American Museum hosts a series of community conversations inspired by the life of openly gay African-American author James Baldwin. The discussions support the exhibit, Bearing Witness from Another Place: James Baldwin in Turkey, Photographs by Sedat Pakay, at the museum through September.
A musical Speakers Bureau presentation and a reflection on a groundbreaking female photographer round out the events for this week. Next week, look for presentations on the natural world of the Columbia Basin, a poet laureate reading and a family’s struggle with the death of their son while he was in custody.
Discussions on immigrant experiences and varied Speakers Bureau discussions round out the upcoming schedule.
Other Speakers Bureau presentations, Mid-Columbia Literary Festival among public humanities offerings in the week ahead.
Speakers Bureau’s Harriet Baskas brings her roadside attraction talk to three towns during a week rich with free public programs from Humanities Washington, our partners and friends.
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.