Events Calendar

Sunday, September 28

Collins Memorial Library Exhibit: Book Power Redux

Book Power Redux is an international juried exhibition of book art addressing social and political issues. Artist books can be a powerful vehicle for social change and activism. For this show the jurors sought out works that shine a light on some of the most vital issues of our day: race, diversity, equality, bullying, and more. Book artists have a unique opportunity given an accessible, multi-dimensional, multi-media format that can go beyond just making things to making things happen. The current…

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Collins Memorial Library Exhibit: Brandywine Workshop: Prints from Six Contemporary Artists

Founded in 1927, by printer Allan Edmunds, Brandywine Workshop has supported and inspired artists and students of diverse backgrounds to produce innovative collaborations in printmaking. Collins Memorial Library and the Art Department are honored to host this exhibition of six artists associated with the Workshop: Curlee Raven Holton, Letitia Huckaby, Samella Lewis, Allan Edmunds, Richard Whitman, and Tomie Arai.

The mission of Brandywine Workshop is to be a major force in the creation, documentation…

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Performance: New Faculty for the New Year

Jacobsen Recital Series

Presenting School of Music new faculty for 2014: David Krosschell, trombone; Jooeun Pak, piano; Francine Peterson, bassoon; and Meta Weiss, cello

Concert will include faculty member Judson Scott, trumpet

Works by; Mozart, Shostakovich, Hindemith, Stevens, and Popper

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News Release

Contact: Office of Public Events, 253.879.3555, events@pugetsound.edu

Tickets: $15 general; $10 seniors, students, military, Puget Sound faculty/staff; free for Puget Sound…

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Monday, September 29

Collins Memorial Library Exhibit: Book Power Redux

Book Power Redux is an international juried exhibition of book art addressing social and political issues. Artist books can be a powerful vehicle for social change and activism. For this show the jurors sought out works that shine a light on some of the most vital issues of our day: race, diversity, equality, bullying, and more. Book artists have a unique opportunity given an accessible, multi-dimensional, multi-media format that can go beyond just making things to making things happen. The current…

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Collins Memorial Library Exhibit: Brandywine Workshop: Prints from Six Contemporary Artists

Founded in 1927, by printer Allan Edmunds, Brandywine Workshop has supported and inspired artists and students of diverse backgrounds to produce innovative collaborations in printmaking. Collins Memorial Library and the Art Department are honored to host this exhibition of six artists associated with the Workshop: Curlee Raven Holton, Letitia Huckaby, Samella Lewis, Allan Edmunds, Richard Whitman, and Tomie Arai.

The mission of Brandywine Workshop is to be a major force in the creation, documentation…

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Kayak Club Pool Session

A chance for students and community members to kayak in Wallace Pool with help and instruction from experienced whitewater kayakers. Gear is provided by the club. Remember that everyday is a beginner day! Every Monday and Thursday 8-10 p.m.Free

Contact: Carson Lyness, clyness@pugetsound.edu

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Tuesday, September 30

Collins Memorial Library Exhibit: Book Power Redux

Book Power Redux is an international juried exhibition of book art addressing social and political issues. Artist books can be a powerful vehicle for social change and activism. For this show the jurors sought out works that shine a light on some of the most vital issues of our day: race, diversity, equality, bullying, and more. Book artists have a unique opportunity given an accessible, multi-dimensional, multi-media format that can go beyond just making things to making things happen. The current…

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Collins Memorial Library Exhibit: Brandywine Workshop: Prints from Six Contemporary Artists

Founded in 1927, by printer Allan Edmunds, Brandywine Workshop has supported and inspired artists and students of diverse backgrounds to produce innovative collaborations in printmaking. Collins Memorial Library and the Art Department are honored to host this exhibition of six artists associated with the Workshop: Curlee Raven Holton, Letitia Huckaby, Samella Lewis, Allan Edmunds, Richard Whitman, and Tomie Arai.

The mission of Brandywine Workshop is to be a major force in the creation, documentation…

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Film: "10 Things I Hate About You"

Honors Program Film Series: Shakespeare for a Modern World

Free, open to campus and community

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Contact: Lina Bloomer, lbloomer@pugetsound.edu

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Accessibility Information: 253.879.3236, accessibility@pugetsound.edu, pugetsound.edu/accessibility

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Wednesday, October 1

Collins Memorial Library Exhibit: Book Power Redux

Book Power Redux is an international juried exhibition of book art addressing social and political issues. Artist books can be a powerful vehicle for social change and activism. For this show the jurors sought out works that shine a light on some of the most vital issues of our day: race, diversity, equality, bullying, and more. Book artists have a unique opportunity given an accessible, multi-dimensional, multi-media format that can go beyond just making things to making things happen. The current…

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Collins Memorial Library Exhibit: Brandywine Workshop: Prints from Six Contemporary Artists

Founded in 1927, by printer Allan Edmunds, Brandywine Workshop has supported and inspired artists and students of diverse backgrounds to produce innovative collaborations in printmaking. Collins Memorial Library and the Art Department are honored to host this exhibition of six artists associated with the Workshop: Curlee Raven Holton, Letitia Huckaby, Samella Lewis, Allan Edmunds, Richard Whitman, and Tomie Arai.

The mission of Brandywine Workshop is to be a major force in the creation, documentation…

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Guest Presentation: "Luz/Light," Bilingual Poetry Reading by U.S./Mexico Transfronterizo Poet Juan Armando Rojas Joo

As a native of Ciudad Juárez, one of the most violent border towns in Mexico, Dr. Rojas Joo’s poetry offers a first-hand account of life on the border while examining the complex relationship between Mexico and the United States. His scholarly and literary work has been published in numerous journals, magazines, and anthologies and he has been invited to speak at several universities…

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Thursday, October 2

Collins Memorial Library Exhibit: Book Power Redux

Book Power Redux is an international juried exhibition of book art addressing social and political issues. Artist books can be a powerful vehicle for social change and activism. For this show the jurors sought out works that shine a light on some of the most vital issues of our day: race, diversity, equality, bullying, and more. Book artists have a unique opportunity given an accessible, multi-dimensional, multi-media format that can go beyond just making things to making things happen. The current…

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Collins Memorial Library Exhibit: Brandywine Workshop: Prints from Six Contemporary Artists

Founded in 1927, by printer Allan Edmunds, Brandywine Workshop has supported and inspired artists and students of diverse backgrounds to produce innovative collaborations in printmaking. Collins Memorial Library and the Art Department are honored to host this exhibition of six artists associated with the Workshop: Curlee Raven Holton, Letitia Huckaby, Samella Lewis, Allan Edmunds, Richard Whitman, and Tomie Arai.

The mission of Brandywine Workshop is to be a major force in the creation, documentation…

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Thompson Hall Science & Mathematics Seminars

The seminars are normally held on Thursdays, from 4 to 5 p.m. in Thompson Hall, Room 175 unless otherwise posted. They are open to the general public.Students, faculty, staff, and guests are invited to gather for refreshments and conversation at 3:45 p.m. before each seminar.Thompson Hall Science and Mathematics Seminars have been held on a regular basis since 1978–79. Once again the seminar series will feature presentations by Puget Sound faculty and students and invited guest speakers on a wide…

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Slater Museum of Natural History Exhibit Opening Reception

Join the Slater Museum of Natural History in celebrating the installation of permanent interpretive exhibits! We will hear from Director Peter Wimberger and Director Emeritus Dennis Paulson on the inspiration and goals of the exhibits, followed by a wine and cheese reception. The museum will be open for the duration of the event for tours, in addition to viewing of the interpretive exhibits.

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Kayak Club Pool Session

A chance for students and community members to kayak in Wallace Pool with help and instruction from experienced whitewater kayakers. Gear is provided by the club. Remember that everyday is a beginner day! Every Monday and Thursday 8-10 p.m.Free

Contact: Carson Lyness, clyness@pugetsound.edu

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Friday, October 3

Collins Memorial Library Exhibit: Book Power Redux

Book Power Redux is an international juried exhibition of book art addressing social and political issues. Artist books can be a powerful vehicle for social change and activism. For this show the jurors sought out works that shine a light on some of the most vital issues of our day: race, diversity, equality, bullying, and more. Book artists have a unique opportunity given an accessible, multi-dimensional, multi-media format that can go beyond just making things to making things happen. The current…

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Collins Memorial Library Exhibit: Brandywine Workshop: Prints from Six Contemporary Artists

Founded in 1927, by printer Allan Edmunds, Brandywine Workshop has supported and inspired artists and students of diverse backgrounds to produce innovative collaborations in printmaking. Collins Memorial Library and the Art Department are honored to host this exhibition of six artists associated with the Workshop: Curlee Raven Holton, Letitia Huckaby, Samella Lewis, Allan Edmunds, Richard Whitman, and Tomie Arai.

The mission of Brandywine Workshop is to be a major force in the creation, documentation…

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Guest Lecture: "High-End Coffee, Guatemalan Farmers, and the Anthropology of Wellbeing," by Edward Fischer

A public lecture by Edward Fischer, professor of Anthropology and Director of the Center for Latin American Studies at Vanderbilt University. Based on his new book The Good Life: Aspiration, Dignity, and the Anthropology of Well-Being (Stanford University Press 2014), Fischer's talk will explore the connection between Maya coffee farmers and global consumers' as each uses the market in pursuit of the "good life." In particular, his talk will addresses how we define well being beyond material standards…

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Occupational Therapy Open House

Please join us for our second annual open house. It is a great opportunity to take an in-depth tour of the department and interact with professors and students within the program! Whether you are curious about what occupational therapy is or you are considering applying to our program, we encourage you to stop by and check it out! Check out the occupational therapy website…

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Saturday, October 4

Collins Memorial Library Exhibit: Book Power Redux

Book Power Redux is an international juried exhibition of book art addressing social and political issues. Artist books can be a powerful vehicle for social change and activism. For this show the jurors sought out works that shine a light on some of the most vital issues of our day: race, diversity, equality, bullying, and more. Book artists have a unique opportunity given an accessible, multi-dimensional, multi-media format that can go beyond just making things to making things happen. The current…

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Collins Memorial Library Exhibit: Brandywine Workshop: Prints from Six Contemporary Artists

Founded in 1927, by printer Allan Edmunds, Brandywine Workshop has supported and inspired artists and students of diverse backgrounds to produce innovative collaborations in printmaking. Collins Memorial Library and the Art Department are honored to host this exhibition of six artists associated with the Workshop: Curlee Raven Holton, Letitia Huckaby, Samella Lewis, Allan Edmunds, Richard Whitman, and Tomie Arai.

The mission of Brandywine Workshop is to be a major force in the creation, documentation…

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Eid al-Adha Banquet

Come and enjoy our celebratory dinner and learn about Islam and this major holiday! All are welcome! $6 tickets sold at Wheelock Information Center. Sponsored by the Muslim Student Association. For more information contact Irema Halilovic at ihalilovic@pugetsound.edu.

For accessibility information, contact accessibility@pugetsound.edu or 253-879-3236.

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