Events Calendar

Sunday, October 26

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: Romantic Bass Trombone and Friends

Jacobsen Recital Series

Faculty brass with featured guest artist John Rojak

Rodger Burnett, horn

Brian Chin, trumpet, guest artist

Dave Krosschell, trombone

John Rojak, trombone, guest artist

Ryan Schultz, tuba

Judson Scott, trumpet

Duane Hulbert, piano

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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 students, available at WIC, 253.879.3100, and…

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Monday, October 27

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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Collins Memorial Library Exhibit: Sparking Imaginations

An exhibit on the history and technology of electricity and electrical power. This museum-type exhibit discusses the history of electrical science from Benjamin Franklin through the late 19th century and will showcase resources from the Collins Library book collection and the Physics Department’s collection of historical scientific apparatus. The exhibit will also include interactive demonstrations of physical principles underlying electrical science and a discussion of electrical power generation…

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Kittredge Gallery Exhibits

Ripple and Unfold

 Artworks by Associate Professor of Painting, Elise Richman and Associate Professor of Printmaking, Janet Marcavage

Exhibit open Oct. 6–Nov. 15

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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

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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, October 28

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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Collins Memorial Library Exhibit: Sparking Imaginations

An exhibit on the history and technology of electricity and electrical power. This museum-type exhibit discusses the history of electrical science from Benjamin Franklin through the late 19th century and will showcase resources from the Collins Library book collection and the Physics Department’s collection of historical scientific apparatus. The exhibit will also include interactive demonstrations of physical principles underlying electrical science and a discussion of electrical power generation…

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Kittredge Gallery Exhibits

Ripple and Unfold

 Artworks by Associate Professor of Painting, Elise Richman and Associate Professor of Printmaking, Janet Marcavage

Exhibit open Oct. 6–Nov. 15

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…

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Film: "Much Ado About Nothing"

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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Cirque Zuma Zuma

Created as an “African circus,” the 15 member troupe combines the mysticism of Africa with the nonstop excitement of a theatrical cirque performance. With live music and percussionists, the talented cast dazzles with pole and aerial acts, Egyptian limbo dances, South African gumboot dances, Gabonese tumbling, and South African contortionist feats which will keep an audience…

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Dinner & DIscussion: Robots and Artificial Life

"On the Table" interfaith dinner and discussion presented by the Faith and Future Society, hosted by Lighthouse Christian Fellowship. Free food and conversation about things that matter. Dialogue, not dogma. Join the conversation!

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Wednesday, October 29

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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Collins Memorial Library Exhibit: Sparking Imaginations

An exhibit on the history and technology of electricity and electrical power. This museum-type exhibit discusses the history of electrical science from Benjamin Franklin through the late 19th century and will showcase resources from the Collins Library book collection and the Physics Department’s collection of historical scientific apparatus. The exhibit will also include interactive demonstrations of physical principles underlying electrical science and a discussion of electrical power generation…

Read More

Kittredge Gallery Exhibits

Ripple and Unfold

 Artworks by Associate Professor of Painting, Elise Richman and Associate Professor of Printmaking, Janet Marcavage

Exhibit open Oct. 6–Nov. 15

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…

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Cooking Class: The Modern Pantry: Canning and Preserving At Home

Executive Chef Brian Sullivan and Diner Chef Andrew Riedmueller will be conducting a cooking class on preserving and canning fruits and vegetables that can be grown in a home garden. They will show you how to properly and safely go through the canning process to preserve your excess summer harvest for up to one year in a home pantry. There will be tips on where to get the equipment…

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Registration Information Session

Feeling Confused? Can't decide which English courses to take? Unsure about the new curriculum? Join our faculty for a registration information session (including food and beverages) that will answer these and many more questions.

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Skulls & Skeletons Night at the Museum

Just in time for Halloween, come get familiar with the skeletal side of the Slater collections! This is a free, family-friendly event that will feature REAL museum specimens, hands-on learning, a children's activity, and special guests from the School of Occupational Therapy at University of Puget Sound. Come get up-close and personal with some skulls and skeletons! At this…

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Hispanic Film Festival: La Yuma

10th Annual Hispanic Film Festival presents: La Yuma

Film is free

This series was made possible with the support of Catharine Gould Chism Fund, Hispanic Studies Department, Pragda, Ministry of Education, Culture and Sports of Spain, and SPAIN arts & culture

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Puget Sound is committed to being accessible to all people. If you have questions about event accessibility, please contact 253.879.3236, accessibility@pugetsound.edu, or pugetsound.edu/accessibility…

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Guest Lecture: "Writing in Cuba in the 21st Century," by Leonardo Padura

Lecture will be in Spanish with simultaneous translation.

Leonardo Padura was born in Havana in 1955 and lives there today. A novelist, journalist, and critic, he is the author of several novels, one collection of essays, and a volume of short stories. Padura is the most internationally successful Cuban novelist of the revolutionary era and responsible for renovating the Cuban detective narrative in the 1990s following the collapse of the Soviet Union. His Havana series crime novels featuring the…

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Thursday, October 30

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

Collins Memorial Library Exhibit: Sparking Imaginations

An exhibit on the history and technology of electricity and electrical power. This museum-type exhibit discusses the history of electrical science from Benjamin Franklin through the late 19th century and will showcase resources from the Collins Library book collection and the Physics Department’s collection of historical scientific apparatus. The exhibit will also include interactive demonstrations of physical principles underlying electrical science and a discussion of electrical power generation…

Read More

Kittredge Gallery Exhibits

Ripple and Unfold

 Artworks by Associate Professor of Painting, Elise Richman and Associate Professor of Printmaking, Janet Marcavage

Exhibit open Oct. 6–Nov. 15

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…

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Faculty Lecture: "Sparking Imaginations," by Amy Fisher, Science, Technology, and Society Program, and Amy Spivey, Physics Department

Public lecture accompanying the Collins Memorial Library Exhibit: “Sparking Imaginations" Presented by Amy Fisher, Science, Technology, and Society Program, and Amy Spivey Physics Department.

Sparking Imaginations is an exhibit on the history and technology of electricity and electrical power. This museum-type exhibit discusses the history of electrical science from Benjamin Franklin through the late 19th century and will showcase resources from the Collins Library book collection and the Physics…

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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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Fall Career Fair: Hitachi Consulting

Curious about careers in business and IT consulting? On campus recruiting date. All events open to ALL students. For details and information visit Career and Employment Services.

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Career Fair

Whether this is your first or final year at Puget Sound, the Career Fair has something for you! Explore career options and make contacts with employers about their full-time and part-time jobs and internships. Plus, visit the CES LinkedIn Photo Booth to have a professional-looking headshot taken for your LinkedIn profile! Get more info

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Tacoma College Fair

Over 180 colleges and universities from around the country will be represented. Come meet with representatives and pick up information. The fair will also include breakout sessions on the application process and financial aid process.

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Lecture: Phi Beta Kappa Magee Address "No Subject," by President Ronald R. Thomas

This talk will be a personal reflection on how the life of a college president might connect with a previous career as a scholar of the Victorian novel.  Any student of the Victorian novel will know that the central thematic of the 19th-Century novel is often referred to as the bildungsroman, the novel of personal formation or character building within particularly dynamic social and historical circumstances.  In this light, we might call the essential subject of the nineteenth-century novel the…

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Guest Lecture: "Understanding Consciousness by Understanding the Brain," by Christof Koch, Allen Institute for Brain Science

Christof Koch, is an American neuroscientist best known for his work on the neural basis of consciousness. He is the chief scientific officer of Allen Institute for Brain Science in Seattle.More Information Abstract:The aim of my life as a scientist is to understand how consciousness comes into the world! How is it that the human brain, the most complex piece of organized matter in the known universe, is capable of not only generating electrical activity and behavior but also has conscious subjective…

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Doom & Gloom: A Fall Musical Theater Review

Presented by Curtain Call, featuring numbers from Into the Woods, The Addams Family Musical, Little Shop of Horrors, Les Miserables, Assassins and more!

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Free Admission!

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

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Workshop: "Fundamentals of African Rhythm," by Chris Berry

Chris Berry, is an American musician who is unsurpassed among non-Shona people for his knowledge of, experience with, and expertise in the traditional Shona music of southern Africa. This workshop will be of interested to anyone interested in African music.

Bring a pair of sticks or marimba knobs. You are welcome to bring a digital and/or manual recording device.

Sponsored by Catharine Gould Chism Fund for the Humanities and the Arts, and the School of Music.

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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 31

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

Collins Memorial Library Exhibit: Sparking Imaginations

An exhibit on the history and technology of electricity and electrical power. This museum-type exhibit discusses the history of electrical science from Benjamin Franklin through the late 19th century and will showcase resources from the Collins Library book collection and the Physics Department’s collection of historical scientific apparatus. The exhibit will also include interactive demonstrations of physical principles underlying electrical science and a discussion of electrical power generation…

Read More

Kittredge Gallery Exhibits

Ripple and Unfold

 Artworks by Associate Professor of Painting, Elise Richman and Associate Professor of Printmaking, Janet Marcavage

Exhibit open Oct. 6–Nov. 15

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…

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Campus Only Performance: The Phantom of the Opera

For Campus Students/Faculty/Staff

Jacobsen Recital Series

Showing of the 1925 silent film, directed by Rupert Julian starring Lon Chaney, with live piano and organ accompaniment. Featuring Duane Hulbert, piano, faculty, and Sarah Stone '15, organ, student.

Limited seating-advise that you purchase your ticket ahead of time!

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

Tickets: $10 Puget Sound faculty/staff; free for Puget Sound students, available…

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Performance: "365 Days/365 Plays" by Suzan-Lori Parks

Performance will feature selected scenes.

Geoff Proehl, director

Kurt Walls, scene design

Mishka Navarre, costume design

Additional performances: Nov. 1, 6, 7, 8 at 7:30 p.m.; Nov. 8 at 2 p.m.

MORE INFORMATION


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

Tickets: $11 general; $7 seniors, students, military, Puget Sound faculty/staff/students, available at WIC, 253.879.3100, and online at tickets.pugetsound.edu and at the door.

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Performance: The Phantom of the Opera

Jacobsen Recital Series

Showing of the 1925 silent film, directed by Rupert Julian starring Lon Chaney, with live piano and organ accompaniment. Featuring Duane Hulbert, piano, faculty, and Sarah Stone '15, organ, student.

NOTE: location and start time!  Limited seating-advise that you purchase your ticket ahead of time!

MORE INFORMATION


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

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

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Saturday, November 1

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

Collins Memorial Library Exhibit: Sparking Imaginations

An exhibit on the history and technology of electricity and electrical power. This museum-type exhibit discusses the history of electrical science from Benjamin Franklin through the late 19th century and will showcase resources from the Collins Library book collection and the Physics Department’s collection of historical scientific apparatus. The exhibit will also include interactive demonstrations of physical principles underlying electrical science and a discussion of electrical power generation…

Read More

Kittredge Gallery Exhibits

Ripple and Unfold

 Artworks by Associate Professor of Painting, Elise Richman and Associate Professor of Printmaking, Janet Marcavage

Exhibit open Oct. 6–Nov. 15

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…

Read More

Performance: "365 Days/365 Plays" by Suzan-Lori Parks

Performance will feature selected scenes.

Geoff Proehl, director

Kurt Walls, scene design

Mishka Navarre, costume design

Additional performances: Nov. 1, 6, 7, 8 at 7:30 p.m.; Nov. 8 at 2 p.m.

MORE INFORMATION


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

Tickets: $11 general; $7 seniors, students, military, Puget Sound faculty/staff/students, available at WIC, 253.879.3100, and online at tickets.pugetsound.edu and at the door.

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