Events Calendar

Sunday, August 31

Orientation

Starting out at a new college can be a tough transition—a new town, state, or even country; new expectations and responsibilities; new friends. But the University of Puget Sound tries to makes this transition easier and smoother, thanks to our nationally acclaimed new student orientation program, Prelude, Passages, and Perspectives. This program features activities that introduce…

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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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Monday, September 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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Tuesday, September 2

Kittredge Gallery Exhibits

They Still Hold Us by Marita Dingus, and 3,000 Miles From Home by Sarah Gilbert

Free

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Contact: Kittredge Gallery, 253.879.3701

Margaret Bullock, gallery manager

Hours: Monday–Friday, 10 a.m.–5 p.m.; Saturday, noon–5 p.m.

Closed on Sundays and during university holidays

Driving Directions                        Campus Map

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

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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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Wednesday, September 3

Kittredge Gallery Exhibits

They Still Hold Us by Marita Dingus, and 3,000 Miles From Home by Sarah Gilbert

Free

MORE INFORMATION


Contact: Kittredge Gallery, 253.879.3701

Margaret Bullock, gallery manager

Hours: Monday–Friday, 10 a.m.–5 p.m.; Saturday, noon–5 p.m.

Closed on Sundays and during university holidays

Driving Directions                        Campus Map

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

Read More

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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Thursday, September 4

Kittredge Gallery Exhibits

They Still Hold Us by Marita Dingus, and 3,000 Miles From Home by Sarah Gilbert

Free

MORE INFORMATION


Contact: Kittredge Gallery, 253.879.3701

Margaret Bullock, gallery manager

Hours: Monday–Friday, 10 a.m.–5 p.m.; Saturday, noon–5 p.m.

Closed on Sundays and during university holidays

Driving Directions                        Campus Map

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

Read More

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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Panel Presentation: Artist Books as Catalysts for Social Change

Please join us for a very artistic evening – 1 presentation, 3 events!

4–5 p.m. Panel Presentation: Artists Books as Catalysts for Social Change Collins Memorial Library, Room 020

Laura Russell and MalPina Chan will share insights about the curatorial process. Amy Ryken will discuss her book Are you a Boy or A Girl? Deborah Greenwood and Lucia Harrison will discuss their collaborative work The Unraveling of Political Discourse. We invite everyone to share in the conversation about the power of…

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Collins Memorial Library Exhibit: Book Power Redux Opening Reception

Opening Reception for the Book Power Redux exhibit

In addition to the Book Power Redux opening, there will be two other art events on University of Puget Sound campus that you are invited to attend: Brandywine Print Workshop Show: powerful prints from contemporary artists reflecting our social diversity on display in the Collins Memorial Library, Pacific Northwest Room. And works by artist Marita Dingus will be on display in Kittredge Gallery.

Free

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Theater: Auditions for Fall Faculty-Directed Production "365 Days/365 Plays" by Suzan-Lori Parks

Geoff Proehl, director

Auditions are open to all Puget Sound students. Scenes from the play will be available on the table outside Jones 101 beginning Wednesday, Aug. 27; choose two scenes from which you would like to read; you can bring a partner or we'll find you one at the audition; memorization not required or preferred. Sign-up for audition at table outside of Jones 101 beginning Aug. 27.  Callbacks on Friday, Sept. 5

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Friday, September 5

Kittredge Gallery Exhibits

They Still Hold Us by Marita Dingus, and 3,000 Miles From Home by Sarah Gilbert

Free

MORE INFORMATION


Contact: Kittredge Gallery, 253.879.3701

Margaret Bullock, gallery manager

Hours: Monday–Friday, 10 a.m.–5 p.m.; Saturday, noon–5 p.m.

Closed on Sundays and during university holidays

Driving Directions                        Campus Map

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

Read More

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…

Read More

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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LogJam!

On the first Friday of the fall term, Puget Sound celebrates the beginning of the year with an all-campus tradition called LogJam! The festivities take place in the late afternoon and evening and include food, entertainment, and athletic and carnival activities on Todd Field. 

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Saturday, September 6

Puget Pacer 2014

Since its inception in 1999, Puget Pacer has been a popular event at Puget Sound. Despite the unpredictable Washington weather, dozens of students, faculty, staff, and community members join every year to support youth program and enjoy the beautiful campus as they run, jog, walk, or roll around the course. All proceeds from registration go to support community outreach programs at the university. This year we are excited to add a new component to the day: if 5K's are not your thing, come on out…

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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…

Read More

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…

Read More

Kittredge Gallery Exhibits

They Still Hold Us by Marita Dingus, and 3,000 Miles From Home by Sarah Gilbert

Free

MORE INFORMATION


Contact: Kittredge Gallery, 253.879.3701

Margaret Bullock, gallery manager

Hours: Monday–Friday, 10 a.m.–5 p.m.; Saturday, noon–5 p.m.

Closed on Sundays and during university holidays

Driving Directions                        Campus Map

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

Read More