“Growing up in America, you’re taught to personalize everything, to individuate, to be your own person,” says Sam Louie, therapist and blogger for Psychology Today. “But my family, ancestors, and culture have inculcated more of a groupthink mentality.”
Join Humanities Washington for one or several amazing events taking place around the state between January 12 – 25, 2015!
The Governor’s Writing Awards recognized literary leaders throughout Washington state.
The Humanities Washington Media Center brought technology and cutting-edge equipment to film-makers in the Northwest in the 1990s.
In this installment of 40 Years of Washington Stories, we look at the Hugo House literary series, launched in 2007 to support Seattle’s literary scene.
As part of our 40th anniversary celebration, we’re looking back at our past programs. The Scandinavian Film Festival brought rare films to Seattle – a city rich with Scandinavian heritage.
This installment of 40 Years of Washington Stories shares the background of our Bedtime Stories fundraiser, begun 16 years ago in 1999. Join us this year for Bedtime Stories events in Seattle and Spokane!
In this look at Humanities Washington’s past programs, we examine Group Theater’s 1994 production of To Be Young, Gifted and Black, which sparked many post-play discussions.
As part of 40 Years of Washington Stories this week, we look at the Studs Terkel-approved Northwest Book Festival, held in Seattle in 1995.
In this look back at Humanities Washington’s past, we look at the Northwest Folklife Document Film Festival of 2007-08, a mix of film, essay and discussion around the theme City Folk.